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Dec. 2015 Newsletter

Progress photos on Wednesday, Dec. 15 The first of the walkthroughs were completed this past week with Noble quality control supervisor Ravi Jandu. From what I saw of Mark and Jeanie’s unit 111, the work looks great. And from what I learned from talking to some other members who had walkthroughs, the quality is encouraging. …

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RENT FROM MARCH 1

  We plan to move into our homes at 1733 E.33rd in February. All 29 units for sale are sold. Interested in renting? We have two apartments available, with tenancies beginning March 1. The 1,055-square-foot three-bedroom unit will be $2,900 a month and the 510 sq. ft. one bedroom will be $1,500. Please understand that …

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Globe and Mail Article

This article is from Oct 24th 2014. Since that time the project has sold out and there is a growing waiting list. Vancouver co-housing movement gains traction KERRY GOLD VANCOUVER — Special to The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Oct. 24 2014, 1:22 PM EDT Vancouver’s first co-housing project is finally under construction and presales …

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City Breaks Ground on Vancouver’s First Cohousing Project

By REW Editor, REW.ca Today saw the official groundbreaking for Vancouver’s first cohousing complex, being built on East 33rd near Argyle Street in Kensington Cedar-Cottage. Construction is expected to take 14 months. The complex will be made up of four separate residential buildings and a communal “clubhouse” with a community kitchen and dining room, activity rooms for …

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Vancouver Courier

Developing Story: Vancouver’s first cohousing complex breaks ground NAOIBH O’CONNOR / VANCOUVER COURIER JULY 15, 2014 01:03 PM A ground-breaking ceremony for Vancouver’s first cohousing complex was held July 16. Today is a good day for Ericka Stephens-Rennie. It marked the official groundbreaking for Vancouver’s first cohousing complex. The development is being built on three …

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