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Brooklyn Co-housers Still At It

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There have now been more stories about the Brooklyn co-housing group than there are people who actually care about co-housing. The latest is this NYMag feature on the group and its goal to create a modern commune in a South Slope warehouse: "In exchange for paying above-standard real-estate rates for one of 30 smaller-than-usual apartments (a 660-square-foot two-bedroom might cost about $500,000), the group's members will share 11,000 square feet of common areas—including a 'great room' and community kitchen, a children's playroom and an 'adults-only lounge,' four guest rooms for visitors, a courtyard, and a wine cellar." [NYM]