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The 2019 National Cohousing Conference in Portland, Oregon was a huge success. For information about future conferences visit the CohoUS website and subscribe to the newsletter. You can view and download a souvenir PDF with photos and more info about the conference.
Saturday, June 1 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
PANEL : Forming, Building, Built: How 3 Urban Communities are Making City Cohousing Work

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Panelists from three different Urban Communities (Our Urban Village, Capitol Hill Cohousing and Driftwood Cohousing) present some concepts as to what they did to make city cohousing work so successfully. Hear about the challenges (and benefits) of urban cohousing, as well as the three different approaches these cohousing groups took to make the real estate development feasible.

Moderators
avatar for Kathy Sayers

Kathy Sayers

Our Urban Village
Kathy spent most of her professional career working in communications, first as the owner of her own company, then in medical research at a major hospital.  Having moved every two years as a child, she had a longing for deep roots and cohousing caught her imagination. She and three... Read More →

Speakers
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Mike Mariano

partner, schemata workshop | architecture and urban design
Mike Mariano is a founding principal of the practice, an architect with a passion for design and resilient communities. He understands the complexity of the development process, and in the studio provides thoughtful design leadership for high-performance buildings and neighborhoods... Read More →
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Mackenzie Stonehocker

Hive & House Consulting
Mackenzie Stonehocker is a founding partner of Hive & House Consulting, as well as a burning soul for Driftwood Village Cohousing in North Vancouver, British Columbia.  As a Registered Professional Planner with a Masters in Environmental Design, she builds more resilient urban communities... Read More →



Saturday June 1, 2019 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Galleria I