We are a cooperative investment project devoted to building and stewarding affordable co-living in Detroit. We develop housing that is ecological, permanently affordable, and moving towards community governance. We are proud to be part of Detroit's inevitable rebuilding and resilience.
We met with planners and officials in the City of Detroit and the Detroit Land Bank
to receive feedback on our new construction project at 2091 Seward.
See our site plans and tentative details on funding, economics, and governance.
We are closing on our second house and rehab project in LaSalle Gardens.
Please join our message board and help us co-design a unique, cooperatively-owned
and self-governing house.
We rehabbed this house in LaSalle Gardens where we maintain a community garden and get most of our power from solar panels.
We believe people are happiest when they can trust and depend on their neighbors and community. Our work involves designing living spaces and models to encourage collective responsibility and relationship-building. For example, we have a community garden, shared vehicles and internet, and regular community meals.