Cohousing: As much privacy as you want in your own full-featured home (including a full kitchen and most with a back yard), and as much community as you want outside your front door. Perfect for families, elders, and snowbirds!
Only five homes remaining in Phase I!
(20 reserved, 4 on hold, 5 remaining)
Reserve any available Unit for 30 days for nonrefundable $1000
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Unique opportunity to enjoy quality town home living in green, sunny surroundings, close to Hillside hike / bike / ski trails. 300-acre equestrian center across the road in Ruth Arcand Park. There’s nothing else in Anchorage like this!
A group of friendly, dedicated, long-time Anchorage residents are working to create Ravens’ Roost Cohousing, a custom-designed neighborhood off Abbott Road in which residents will get to know each other. A paved trail leads to grocery stores, shops, restaurants, and bus stops at Abbott Road & Lake Otis Parkway, just half a mile to the west. Only a mile to the east lies Far North Bicentennial Park, with many miles of excellent trails.
We are ordinary people creating something extraordinary, and there’s still room for you! Add yourself to our contact list.
Read an article on cohousing in the U.S. from The Atlantic magazine’s online journal CityLab: “Can Boomers Make Cohousing Mainstream?” January 20, 2015
Read the front-page Alaska Dispatch News story: “Ravens’ Roost one step closer to Anchorage’s first cohousing neighborhood” December 22, 2014
Read the Alaska Journal of Commerce article: “Ravens’ Roost offers new way of living” May 15, 2014
Read the Alaska Dispatch News article: “Raven’s Roost plans to build first shared-spaced co-housing in Anchorage” April 29, 2013
Listen to the “Hometown Alaska” radio show on KSKA that featured us in March 2013.