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== The Boulder Housing Coalition ==
 
== The Boulder Housing Coalition ==
The BHC is a 501(c)3 non-profit [[community housing development organization]] located in Boulder, Colorado.  [[Mission of the Boulder Housing Coalition|Our mission]] is to create more community oriented housing in Boulder County.  Currently, the BHC system is made up of three permanently affordable rental cooperatives in Central Boulder: [[Masala Co-op|Masala]], [[Chrysalis Co-op|Chrysalis]], and as of August 2013 the [[North Haven Co-op|North Haven]].  Together the co-ops provide housing and [[consensus]]-based community to an eclectic mix of nearly 50 people.
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The BHC is a 501(c)3 non-profit [[community housing development organization]] located in Boulder, Colorado.  [[Mission of the Boulder Housing Coalition|Our mission]] is to create more community oriented housing in Boulder County.  Currently, the BHC system is made up of three permanently affordable rental cooperatives in Central Boulder: [[Masala Co-op|Masala]], [[Chrysalis Co-op|Chrysalis]], and as of August 2013 [[Ostara Co-op|Ostara]].  Together the co-ops provide housing and [[consensus]]-based community to an eclectic mix of nearly 50 people.
  
 
* [[Mission of the Boulder Housing Coalition]]
 
* [[Mission of the Boulder Housing Coalition]]

Latest revision as of 09:30, 29 December 2014

Welcome to the Boulder Housing Coalition's Wiki. We use this wiki to document our processes and agreements, and to provide easy access to resources we have accumulated which support our community. We've decided to make them publicly accessible so that others may use them as a model if they wish.

The Boulder Housing Coalition

The BHC is a 501(c)3 non-profit community housing development organization located in Boulder, Colorado. Our mission is to create more community oriented housing in Boulder County. Currently, the BHC system is made up of three permanently affordable rental cooperatives in Central Boulder: Masala, Chrysalis, and as of August 2013 Ostara. Together the co-ops provide housing and consensus-based community to an eclectic mix of nearly 50 people.

The Masala Co-op

The Chrysalis Co-op

The Ostara Co-op