Flower City Cohousing Community will host a free presentation to coincide with National Cohousing Day at 10 a.m. April 29 in the red-brick building at 1010 East Ave., Rochester, next to Asbury First United Methodist Church.
Cohousing communities are intentional, collaborative neighborhoods that combine shared facilities with private homes to create successful housing developments. FCCC is currently forming this type of community in Rochester.
The community will feature 20-30 independent units within a diverse, multigenerational setting. Cohousing communities are predicted to expand rapidly as individuals and families seek to live more sustainably and in community with neighbors.
Registration is required by April 27.
For information, call 585-461-1353, email info@flowercitycohousing.org or visit flowercitycohousing.org.