Two homes at the Bay Area’s first cohousing neighborhood are currently available to rent. Details below. We live in a vibrant community of small businesses, artist lofts, cafes, and single family homes. Like many residences and live/work spaces in this formerly industrial city, our building started its life as a warehouse. Currently 19 adults and 6 children live here. Location Features:-Across from Doyle St. Cafe-Minutes from 580 & 880 Freeway-Minutes from McArthur BART, West Oakland Bart,-Free shuttle to McArthur Bart-Minutes to groceries, cinemas, restaurant-Along Doyle St. greenway-bike & pedestrian path COMMUNITY FEATURES Hot tubCommunity room & kitchenNear transportation Bike storage Outdoor bbq/dining area Outdoor parking lot (except 1 month)On-street parking Continue reading
The City of Emeryville, tucked in between Berkeley and Oakland on the Eastern shore of the San Francisco Bay Area, is the home to the Bay Area’s first cohousing neighborhood, as well as a cohousing-ish Artists’ Coop that predates the concept. Here’s where you can register your interest and learn about opportunities.