Portfolio: Touchstone Cohousing Ann Arbor, Michigan
This cohousing project is located on twelve acres and consists of two, three and four bedroom condos grouped in clusters of 4–6 units.Read more
Cohousing embodies the Danish concept of a community-centered life-style in which a group of owners contribute to the project’s design process and help create an environment suited to their collective needs. Cohousing owners have ongoing contact through shared activities, communally prepared dinners and participatory governance.
Phoenix has constructed three communities near Ann Arbor’s Sister Lakes. Touchstone consists of 42 units.
The project is located on twelve acres and consists of two, three and four bedroom condos grouped in buildings of 4–6 units, which are clustered together around courtyards with walkways, owner-tended gardens and trails. Roads and parking are located on the perimeter of the development creating a people-focused neighborhood.
Owner: Cohousing Development Company
Architect: McCamant and Durrett Architects
Project Manager: Kirk Moll
Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan