I hanker to live in a boarding house. One filled with kind people. Good design nourishes my soul so it is a clean, attractive delight to the senses. It serves good food and is well located for walking and public transportation.
I have lots of ideas about communities, real estate, housing, and diners. They all revolve around a shared effort that benefits the community as a whole.
You can learn more about this vision and our work to facilitate home sharing with people who like each other at our reception on Saturday, November 18, from 4 – 6 p.m. at Sacred Keepers Sustainability Lab, 4445 South King Drive, 2nd floor, Bronzeville.
See Sacred Keepers’ terrific work teaching children about sustainability using a STEAM – science, technology, engineering, arts, and math – curriculum. This program engages teenagers!
Join us to reclaim our communities by capitalizing on overlooked real estate opportunities.
With considerable real estate languishing in rural, and inner-city neighborhoods, there is also opportunity to create interesting, affordable housing in overlooked areas.
This blog post, Cooperative housing solutions that work, describes three different scenarios–a single-family home cooperative, dormitories (aka boarding house), and repurposing strip malls–to create much-needed housing in areas that really need it.
I certainly am not the only person to think that living in a boarding house might be a simple, satisfying lifestyle. If you are interested in developing housing cooperatives in overlooked areas, let’s talk.
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