From the Canadian Cohousing Network:
"To date cohousing is rarely subsidized. Participants are generally those who can afford to buy their own home and the cost is approximately market rate. There are exceptions however, and new models for financing and developing cohousing are constantly being explored in the attempt to create more affordability."
Neighbours who want to live in one of the most expensive cities in the world have to figure out how to build and live smarter. We think great design and innovative furniture can make smaller spaces work.
For many urban families, built in playmates, shared resources and city amenities more than make up for a big back yard. Using community guest rooms for visitors means you don't have to pay for that extra bedroom. And, having a common space extends your living room and lets you connect with more people more easily and at no extra cost.