Twin Cities Cohousing Network (TCCN) brings together individuals, couples and families who are interested in forming cohousing communities. Core groups--the beginning of a new community--can form and grow when people meet and become acquainted.
By working together as a group, a cluster of individuals and couples can amass more financial power than they'd have individually, and this allows self-determination in housing for everyone in the group. Committing to an interdependent life in community also brings non-financial benefits of belonging and support to each person residing there.
Interested in a presentation? TCCN educates the public and industry stakeholders by providing informational presentations, and organizing study groups and tours, as well as other activities.
As a self-designed and self-managed ownership model, cohousing is uniquely situated to amplify generational wealth-building for communities that historically have been left out while battling the isolation so common in today's society.