A unique housing project is set to begin construction in Strathcona; Urban Green Cohousing is set to bring 26 units of cooperative living to the community in a project of the same name.

Rendering of Urban Green Cohousing, image via Urban Green Cohousing

Designed by DIALOG, the project is selling individual residential units to prospective buyers, who will then share in other facilities such as a communal kitchen, dining room, recreation areas, and more.

Rendering of common area, image via Urban Green Cohousing

Located on 88 Avenue near 101 Street, the four-story building will be tucked in behind highrises, but ideally located near many amenities including the river valley, the Old Strathcona Farmers' Market, and shopping and services on Whyte Avenue.

Rendering of dining niche, image via Urban Green Cohousing

Forum contributor Kaizen captured crews clearing the four houses that occupied the site on October 9, and Urban Green Cohousing held an official groundbreaking ceremony on October 16. According to the Urban Green Cohousing website, the project is currently 65% sold. Construction is set to begin in earnest soon.

Site clearing in October, photo by forum contributor Kaizen

SkyriseEdmonton will continue to follow this project as it progresses. More information can be found in our project Database. What do you think of this project? Leave a comment below, or join the conversation in our discussion Forum.

Related Companies:  Cormode & Dickson, DIALOG, Urban Green Cohousing