Urban cohousing, ecovillages, intentional neighborhood projects and more are covered in the latest issue of Communities Magazine, published by The Fellowship for Intentional Community. Architect Grace Kim writes about the uptick in interest she’s seeing in urban developments, and how her Seattle community addresses the concern “But I need a garden!”
Other articles describe:
- building community
- being a single parent in cohousing
- an in-fill project that transformed a “Wild West” Portland neighborhood to “a grand slam of socially and ecologically thoughtful urban renewal”
- a report on 137 case studies of successful “sharing cities”
- community-based solutions to a range of urban challenges
- and more.
Click here to read three articles on the FIC web site, or download the entire publication for just $5.