We shall be considered a multigenerational cohousing community, situated on 38 acres of woods and pastureland one mile from the guts of Floyd just, Virginia.
We picture a pedestrian-friendly community concerning 30-33 attractive private places of residence that are clustered to conserve green-space and are designed being both energy conserving and affordable.
Our community shall feature comprehensive common facilities, including a spacious wide-spread house, backyards, a gemstone and tranquil walking trails inside our woods.
You will see ample opportunities to work and play jointly at Jubilee. We will sponsor regular common meals, community celebrations and sociable gatherings.
We will be there to support one another through life’s delights and difficulties and will work together to care for our property and shared facilities.
We now have agreed to govern ourselves applying consensus and will seek to resolve our variations respectfully throughout open dialogue.
Jubilee is usually:
• Affiliate driven
• Welcoming in diversity
• Close knit
• Ecologically aware
Jubilee has not started building yet. We are a small but committed group of people who have been growing the provides of community for a couple years.
We have found our 38 beautiful acres which are located just 1 mile from the center of downtown Floyd, with easy access to Floyd’s art, music, shopping and cultural amenities.
The neighborhood will be designed by Adam Cohen and built using the energy efficient design of Passivhaus.
We have retained a team of professionals to help ensure successful and timely completion of this exciting new neighborhood .
Jubilee welcomes new members who share our core vision and values, and who want to be a part of creating this community.
If you are interested in learning more about Jubilee!, we encourage you to contact us about scheduling one of our information sessions and a tour of our land, or attending one of our regularly scheduled potluck meetings or socials.
For general information on cohousing or information about cohousing communities in other locations, visit the Cohousing Association of the United States.