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Wild Sage Cohousing, Boulder, Colorado
Project Overview

Wild Sage Cohousing


Location: Boulder, Colorado
Building type(s): Multi Family Housing
Construction Type: New construction

Project scope: 2-story building

Date of Completion: 2009

Architects: Jim Logan Architect

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Interview with Brian Bowen link

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Wild Sage CoHousing

Wild Sage Cohousing



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