- Associated Press - Wednesday, April 22, 2015

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - The first co-housing community in Anchorage broke ground Tuesday on 35 homes that share a kitchen, dining area, gym and community garden.

KTVA reports (https://bit.ly/1DdVQEx) 23 families have committed to living in the 6.4-acre cooperative atmosphere and its energy-efficient homes that cost about $400,000.

Prospective residents say Ravens’ Roost Cohousing fosters a sense of community where residents can rely on each other. The project is expected to be completed by fall of next year.

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Information from: KTVA-TV, https://www.ktva.com


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