Our community members, most of whom still work full-time or part-time, are living proof that mature professionals can still make valuable contributions in any number of fields!
Thanks to Joanne Devereaux, we were recently mentioned in an article on cohousing in the Piedmont Post!
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We love this article for obvious reasons (with one minor correction: our actual address is in Oakland, although most of our walkable entertainment and dining destinations are in downtown Alameda just across the bridge!)
It doesn’t take long for our guests and visitors to notice that Phoenix Commons feels significantly different from your typical 55+ community (the secret is in the relationships!).
Sherry Cummings visited Phoenix Commons as part of her research contributing to this article and book.
Perhaps dancing should be a part of everyone’s Third Age curriculum?
Research also shows that these healthy habits are much easier to maintain when surrounded by supportive peers!
Our “senior” cohousers have so much verve and energy, many can run circles around your average 30-year-old!
Even with limited gardening space, we are producing more and more of our organic salad bar ingredients in-house, tended lovingly by members of the Landscape and Gardening Team.
#cohousing #UrbanAgriculture #ConsciousEating
Our very own Angela was interviewed for this timely and needed article in the SF Bay Times about LGBTQ seniors.
Phoenix Commons is a cohousing community on the Oakland waterfront, located at 340 29th Avenue. We are right off the Park Street bridge directly across from Alameda.
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