Are you looking for a home and a community? Cohousing could be your answer. Prairie Spruce Commons Cohousing, Regina’s first cohousing community, began construction at 1625 Badham Boulevard, June 16th 2017. We are currently welcoming new members and pre-selling units.

What is cohousing?

Cohousing is a lifestyle that provides the perfect combination of privacy and community. It is a creative way for people to have beautiful private units and shared common space. It is a neighborhood in a unique green building and healthy environment.

A Room with a View
It’s yours when you join Prairie Spruce Commons, the unique co-housing condominium where the second and third floor terraces overlook
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Coffee Party – Monday August 8th – Naked Bean
  “Tea, Earl Grey, hot.” Being both a Star Trek and tea fan, this line has always appealed to me. I
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Ask and Ye shall receive
I married into a Danish family. My in-laws and husband were all born in Denmark. Despite living in Canada for
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Prairie Spruce as a Community – Part 2 of 2
Here is part two of a two-part series on community by Ann. Community in the Future The members of Prairie Spruce
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Prairie Spruce as a Community – Part 1 of 2
Here is part one of a two-part series on community by Ann. Community Defined Community is a popular word in society
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The Loft: A Bird’s Eye View
In the final re-design of Prairie Spruce Commons Cohousing, a unique loft suite (779 sq ft) has been added above
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Who is Involved and who is Committed?
Look at your breakfast, and you will see that the chicken is involved, but the pig is committed. My inlaws are
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Annual Canada Day Party at Prairie Spruce Commons
The very first TED conference was held in 1984 as a single event to show off compact discs, e-books, and
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Garage Sale Success – Community in Action
Yesterday we had our first garage sale for Prairie Spruce. It was a resounding success. We all downsized and had a
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CBC and The Joy of Downsizing
I’m a big fan of CBC radio. I grew up listening to GX94 Radio in Yorkton. It broadcast both the local
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