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How Co-Housing Could Help City Dwellers Afford a Place to Live

Adele Peters

In London, where rent and housing prices are so high that the city is becoming unaffordable for most, architect Simon Henley is building a new co-housing community with shared spaces to help bring costs down and help neighbors get to know each other. (We could use more development like this in the San Francisco, where the average studio apartment now goes for over $2,300, and the median home price is over $1 million)...

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  • Beads Land-Trujillo

    Glad to see that developers are thinking outside the box that is a single-person flat. More than glad to hear that there are municipalities that are allowing this sort of experimentation with different architectures of living to happen.