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5 years.

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

This past weekend Triple Point Cohousing celebrated our 5 year anniversary!  It has been a whirlwind of a time and we welcome all of the new neighbors who are bringing life to the neighborhood.  Welcome to Actual Cafe, Tribu Cafe, Compound Art Gallery, Aquarius Cafe (affectionately known to us as the ‘Coming Soon’ Cafe), Farley’s, […]

Deal Closes!!

Saturday, June 10th, 2006

From: Megan Walker Date: September 8, 2005 11:29:22 AM PDT To: Cohousing List Cc: Subject: [Cohousing] homeowners! The last property closed yesterday, and Scott/Curly/Kalen, Swoops & Molly, Goolie, Jacob & Kim, Me, and George Chan are deeply deeply deeply in debt!!! whooohooo! The move-in of the Bay Area’s newest cohousing group starts with me as […]

We find another potential possibility

Saturday, June 10th, 2006

From: Kim McCoy Wade Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2005 8:36 PM To: Cohousing List Subject: New possibility… Diane just called about a new, unique property that she says is perfect for cohousing and possibly right for us — here’s the scoop: It’s 8 houses/cottages, on 4 side-by-side lots, in Oakland, right on the Emeryville and […]

The search begins…

Saturday, June 10th, 2006

From: Jacob McCoy Wade Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2005 7:07 PM Subject: [Cohousing] looking for some people For many years it has been a dream of mine to not only live with people I know and care about, but to actually own the place we live in. This group has definitely been just the kick […]

The e-mail to start a cohousing mailing list

Tuesday, June 6th, 2006

From: Megan Walker Subject: cohousing Date: Monday 26 July 2004 09:49 pm Sent: Nephology, Cloud Factory, Bside bubbling away in the back of my brain for years, I’m inspired to see if this is the time to get it off the ground… Are you craving more permanence, more autonomy, and more for your money in […]

The idea behind Triple Point

Tuesday, June 6th, 2006

Where Berkeley, Emeryville and Oakland meet, neighbors are collaborating to overcome the alienation of modern subdivisions and sterile developments to return to a friendlier concept of community.