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Coquitlam Cohousing

1138 Falcon Drive, Coquitlam, British Columbia

We have found a great location to establish Coquitlam Cohousing, and are looking for members to help buy the land and proceed with development.  Coquitlam Cohousing will be another cohousing option for folks in the Vancouver area, in a beautiful neighbourhood, walkable to skytrain, shopping, parks and schools. 

This will be a multi-generational community, welcoming members of all ages, and intentionally designed to promote interaction among neighbours. We are especially interested in welcoming young families to our community as we believe that both children and adults thrive and benefit when all ages live in a community that supports both ageing in place and children playing. Members joining now will be influential in shaping the design and culture of our community and experience the excitement of seeing the community being built. Our common denominator is that we all share a desire to live in a neighbourhood that fosters an active and supportive community lifestyle. We plan to share and enjoy many meals together in our common house.

Coquitlam Cohousing will be a 5 story building, with 8 units per floor and amenity spaces on a rooftop deck and throughout the building. Our site will have a large communal interior space between the units. Prices for units are estimated at $475K for one bedroom to $1.1M for four bedroom.  Join as one of at least 14 households to invest to buy the site, and we target move-in cohousing in late 2025. Our deadline is September 17 for the formation of an initial group to proceed with purchasing the land and moving to the next step.  

Ways to learn more:

  1. Review the project on our website, including site attributes and similar projects.
  2. Meet us at a zoom info session.  We will summarize our approach and take questions and discuss ideas
  3. Tour of Vancouver Cohousing to view cohousing concepts and discuss options for Coquitlam Cohousing to develop
  4. Join a group discussion on Sept 10th