Compass Cohousing brings a unique style of development to Langley, BC

Matthew Clayton from Langley Advance Times reports on Langley’s second planned cohousing complex taking a big step forward in September. Township council gave the first phase of Compass Cohousing rezoning a thumbs up, passing the first and second reading of a rezoning and development permit for the proposed 40-unit project. The unique style of development will be located on the corner of 203rd Street and 66th Avenue, close to the Township Civic Facility.

Compass is also pleased to have a strong professional team to reduce risk and keep them on track. Lark Group, with many years of experience in development, is their Development Manager. Ankenman Marchand Architects (Vancouver Cohousing architect) lead the local design team, while the Cohousing Company (Chuck Durrett) consults with design programming. Howard Staples acts as the project facilitator.

Langley is also home to Windsong Cohousing Community. 

Read more about Compass Cohousing and their story by reading Matthew’s article below.  


Learn more about Compass Cohousing

Compass Cohousing will be a multi-generational community of 40 units, with a variety of amenities in a large common house. Located in a prime location in Langley BC with excellent transit access and easy walking distance to shopping, medical services, restaurants and more. They are looking for new members!