Senior Cohousing with Alexandria Levitt – Saturday, November 9, 2019 at 10:30am at Songs in L.A. Eco-Village

Learn more about cohousing, especially for active seniors.  Meet others that you might like to be in a cohousing community with someday.  At last, an innovative developer who is focusing on Senior Cohousing in the greater Los Angeles area.  There are many opportunities throughout the LA area to create cohousing.  Get organized by the Los Angeles region you’d like to help make it happen in. 

You’re been hearing about cohousing from us here at L.A. Eco-Village for the past 30 years.  No need to wait any longer. 

 So come on out and learn what Alexandria has in mind to share with us.  It’s time to start networking folks in the areas that you all want to live in.  And to help facilitate your self designed ideal communities. 

Yes!  We can live more simply, more socially connected, and with a much lighter ecological footprint.   Ready to learn more?   Let’s get started.

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Date and Time:
Saturday, November 9, 2019 at 10:30am

Los Angeles Eco-Village – Songs Hall
3554 West First Street at Bimini Place
Enter on Bimini Pl.
Los Angeles 90004

Donations welcome $5 to $20 (no one turned away)

Reservations please: or 213-738-1254 (Lois)

About Alexandria
Alexandria Levitt is a gerontologist, specializing in Community Engagement and Strategic Partnerships around Senior Cohousing. She wants to develop housing for people that doesn’t just show off a “lifestyle” imagined by corporate developers but one that reinforces the qualities that help us most as we get older – friendship, community and purpose, as initially created in Denmark. ​ ​ As a gerontologist (USC, MS, 2011), Alexandria is very familiar with the many challenges facing us as we get older and the remarkable connection between health (both mental and physical) and social engagement. Alexandria leads workshops on “Aging & Thriving with Cohousing” and informational presentations on Senior Cohousing in the area. Her goal is to move the needle in the direction of cost effective, appealing, environmentally-friendly housing that can be home for all active, engaged adults. Alexandria is a member of the Senior Citizen Commision of South Pasadena, California and President of the nonprofit SAGE Senior Cohousing Advocates.

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