Living in a co-op is beyond the typical, anonymous, individualistic living situation.
Living in a co-op will challenge you to learn new things. Every co-op member must share responsibility for cooking and sharing meals. because you like taking care of and managing a household and turning it into a home.
Co-op members are students and professionals of all ages, extroverts and introverts, people interested in science and people interested in the arts.
A co-op is for people who want balance in their lives with healthy, home-cooked meals, a consistent dose of social interaction, and a clean and cheerful living space.
Co-op members rent their own bedrooms and pay flat monthly fees for groceries and utilities. House members team up each week to cook dinner for their roommates. Co-op houses are self-governed and members are expected to give part of their time each month for chores, meetings, and organizational positions.
Amenities include: gardens, porches, big backyards, fire pits, chicken coops, upright pianos, studio and workshop space, and plenty of parking for bikes!