Dirt flies at Grass Valley co-housing project | TheUnion.com

Dirt flies at Grass Valley co-housing project

Matt Eghtessadi-Reed (left), Nisanda Albaugh, Katie McCamant, Rhonda Herrin, Chuck Belk, Peter Clyde, Beverly Clyde and Till Houtermans break ground for the Wolf Creek co-housing project in Grass Valley on Tuesday. The project will include a building of adults-only condos and an area of single-family homes for all ages, common space and community rooms. Space is still available to join; for more information, contact Co-housing Partners LLC in Nevada City at 478-1970. Gray Construction, of Auburn, has been awarded the contract to build, Herrin said.

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