Senior housing cooperatives are an increasingly popular housing option for active adults 55+, and with good reason.
Senior cooperatives are collectively owned and governed by the members themselves. They are not-for-profit organizations established under humanistic principles that ensure that a senior housing cooperative is much more than just a place to live.
They offer well-designed, socially supportive living environments that include useful common spaces — such as workshops, libraries and community gardens — that enhance their members’ lives.
Senior housing cooperatives are also designed to be affordable, to provide financial peace of mind and to protect their members’ investment.
Read more about what makes cooperatives special via the links on the left.