Cooperatives are Skill Sharing Playgrounds

By: Sarah Ditton — Development & Operations Where can you learn to garden, to perform hooping tricks, and to fix your bike all in one place? You’ll have a pretty […]

Sharing: A radical, sustainable Act

By: Sarah Ditton — Development & Sustainability Sharing is the status quo within housing cooperatives. Cooperatives are defined by people sharing space, decision-making power, buying power, and chores. Oftentimes, cooperative […]

Beyond the Student Co-op

By: Michael Stephens – Chrysalis Resident and Board Rep. If you’re like I was a few years ago, you might think “co-op housing” is practically synonymous with “student co-ops,” and […]

I Exist Because of Co-ops.

By: Kurt Nordback – BHC Board Member. My parents grew up poor in Michigan: my dad, Orval, in the mining country of the upper peninsula; my mom, Nina, near Detroit. […]

Proposed Ingram Co-op at Planning Board

On November 2nd, the Boulder Housing Coalition will be appearing before Boulder’s Planning Board, seeking a recommendation that city staff grant us additional occupancy in our proposed co-op at 4662 Ingram […]

Co-op Affordability – By the Numbers

By: Jordan Mann – BHC co-op alum and engineer. My name is Jordan Mann and I currently live in one of Boulder’s housing cooperatives. Some of you may remember a […]

New North Haven Co-Op!

The BHC has just purchased North Haven an 8 unit apartment building on the corner of 9th and North Street. We will convert to, a permanently affordable, rental co-op, that will be home […]