Newspapers (MD), "South Silver Spring emerges
as ‘funky, urban’ place to live With new housing, shops
and eateries, area shakes its industrial past." By Meredith Hooker,
Staff Writer, Aug. 24, 2005.
Newspapers (MD), "‘Galaxy’ housing
to include arts alley." By Meredith Hooker, Staff Writer, August
Times, "Alternative housing growing in appeal."
By Jim Watkins, July 1, 2005.
& Bath Business,
May 1, 2005 - "NAHB announces winners of National Green Building
Awards" (The National Association of Home Builders)
Record, April 2005 "New rating systems for green
houses draw both interest and conflicts" by Ted Smalley Bowen
Sun, "In this community, residents share building
and a vision." By Stephanie Desmon, March 15, 2005
Newspapers (MD), "Eco-friendly and people-friendly
Cohousing condos open in South Silver Spring." By Fred Lewis, Staff
Writer, Jan. 12, 2005.
Sun, "Sharing, Caring Are Forces Behind Communal Concept",
by Jackie Powder, 3/25/2001.
Newspapers (MD), "Powered by Efficient Energy and Energetic
Residents." By Jessica Leshnoff, 5/9/2001.
Voice, "A Community Founded on Sharing." By Taashi
Rowe, January 2001.
Times, "HIGH-TECH HOMES: Partnership seeks to
spread improvements in technology." By Michele Lerner, Dec. 8,
Times, "Good neighbors a given in cohousing,"
Ruth Hepner, July 7, 2000.
"Finding the people, finding the money," By Zev Paiss, June
Newspapers (MD), "Takoma Village Cohousing Project
Breaks Ground." By Luke Mines, 10/27/1999.
Regional Sustainable Resource Directory, on the website of the
Architectural Resource Collaborative and Scurfield Architects LLC
Also a brief case
study on regional website highlighting green and efficient building
measures of Takoma Village Cohousing, by Sandra Leibowitz.
and Garden Television (HGTV) Dream
Builders Episode DRB-802, first aired April 13, 2002
Feature on Cable TV program, which typically showcases custom homes
and chose a different approach for this episode. Interviews with Don
Tucker, Sandra Leibowitz and Ann Zabaldo.
addition to features and interviews broadcast on a number of Metropolitan
Washington local radio and televison stations.