Creating collaborative housing using existing resources
Co-Living Collaborative is exploring opportunities in our county to establish co-living centers where residents would have private space and shared common areas, providing both privacy and a sense of community. Since 2017 we've investigated older motels, bed-and-breakfast inns, large residences and other under-utilized commercial properties for possible acquisition and conversion to a co-living center. Many of these collaborative dwellings are successfully meeting people's needs for housing in community all over the world. We are delighted to announce a partnership with the City of San Luis Obispo on the Waterman Village Project. The co-living center will be downtown SLO, a car free community centered tiny house village. Stay tuned for more information.