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Frankton, QueenstownLed by property professionals, Queenstown Urban Village plan to create New Zealand's first Baugruppen project, confronting affordability head-on, in one of our least affordable regions.
PeterboroughAlready 37 years old, in the aftermath of the Christchurch earthquake, Peterborough Housing Cooperative is rebuilding with a purpose-designed 15 unit pocket neighbourhood in central Christchurch.
Grey Lynn, AucklandThe first ‘full-coho’ urban sited Auckland development, Cohaus plans substantial common facilities, negligible car dependency, and neighbourhood engagement.
Masterton, WairarapaA group of professional mid 40s to mid 50's professionals are developing a 25-home country neighbourhood in the Wairarapa.
WhangareiKaitiakitangai & Manaakitanga drive this 2 acre Whangarei development where village green, pool and common house will be social focal points.
Hawkes BayKotare Village is a self-reliant, permaculture-focussed, eco-village on rural site in rural Northern Hawke's Bay.
ChristchurchViva includes 400 people capitalising on opportunities within Christchurch’s rebuilding to develop a sizeable coho presence, currently at site acquisition phase.
Taranaki8-10 families and individuals who are keen to create a cohousing community in New Plymouth that is within walking/biking distance to the CBD
Owairaka / Mt Albert, AucklandCornerstone Cohousing is planning to develop urban Auckland cohousing for 55+ to 'age in place' with 25 apartments and shared facilities - possibly in the Owairaka area.