Author Archives: Hal Mead

Chicago Cohousing Network Web Site Closing

Posted December 7, 2012

The Chicago Cohousing Network web site will be closing as of December 15, 2012. As of now there are no active groups that I know about in the Chicago area. Hal Mead, Secretary Chicago Cohousing Network If you are interested … Continue reading Continue reading →

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Coops 2012 in Chicago

Posted September 10, 2012

The cooperative solution: Trusting in community A celebration of housing what works We are having a Party September 29, 2012. Save this date: Saturday, 6-9pm @ IIT University‚Äôs Hermann Hall (3241 South Federal Street, Suite 102 – Chicago). Tickets $25 … Continue reading →

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BETTER TOGETHER COOPERATIVE SYMPOSIUM

Posted November 11, 2011

Cohousing and many co-ops share many of the same basic  principles to foster community on a small local level. A lively and energetic meeting was held at the down town campus of Loyola University on October 29, 2011. The meeting was … Continue reading
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Pratt -Ashland Co-op

Posted November 10, 2011

A visit to Pratt – Ashland Cooperative Hal Mead On September 10, 2011 I had a chance to attend the 16th  anniversary party for this coop. No this is not cohousing. However, people I met here definitely seem well connected to … Continue reading
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Five Books on Cohousing

Posted January 27, 2010

Reinventing Community: Stories from the Walkways of Cohousing David Wann (Ed) Stories covering everything from planning a community to moving in to the joys and challenges of daily life. From an Amazon review: “Dave’s book is the best I have … Continue reading
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Preliminary Drawings

Posted September 29, 2009

Prairie Onion members met with Hanna Architects (who will be working with Greenline Development) for a presentation of preliminary drawings of site and possible unit configuration of our possible site at 46th and Vincennes that incorporated ideas from our August … Continue reading Continue reading →

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