Friend of the Flower

We currently have openings for both shared and private apartments beginning May 1st:  a private 2-bedroom apartment and a shared, 3-bedroom apartment.

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Our Friend of the Flower Housing is the standard option for those interested in community-based living!

Whether you’re a social justice advocate, eco-warrior, maker-extraordinaire, or simply passionate about building community, the LFC is the place to be.  In keeping with our commitment to social justice, we also offer housing to refugees and other traditionally marginalized groups as well as to those who already live in the Beechwood neighborhood and have been referred to us by a community-based organization or neighborhood leader.

Perhaps you’re enticed by the built-in network of support or like the idea of being tapped into all the interesting ongoings that living near other community-oriented folks offers, but you would still prefer to have your own private apartment. Maybe you’re ready to dive right into community life and hope to eventually move in to our Community House. Maybe you just need a safe, quality, and affordable place to live.

Still interested? Be sure to have a look at our FAQ and then check out our Friend of the Flower application below!

Tell us your name, potential new friend!*

Your email?*

Your cellphone number?

Your current/permanent address?

Your Facebook/Couchsurfing/Other Social Networking profile/website?

When would you ideally like to move in?*

What is your anticipated length of stay?*

Have you had a look at the FAQ on our website? *

PLease tell us a bit about yourself.

Have you ever lived in a co-op/collective/community/etc.?*
Feel free to elaborate!

Why did you/do you want to leave your current living situation?

Why are you considering living in one of our Friend of the Flower houses?*
What are your expectations, preconceptions, imaginings, hopes, dreams for your time here?

A big part of our intentional community's intention revolves around social justice, volunteering, sustainability, community-building, maker culture, and the like. Are you interested in any of these things?
Ya? Like what?

Do you consider yourself a person who keeps their household tidy, a bit of a clutterer, or more of a clean-it-up-when-I-find-the-time sort?

How did you hear about us? *

Please provide two references (ideally from a previous landlord or co-habitator)*
(if none are available, please explain)

Anything else you'd like us to know?
What did we miss?

Any questions you'd like to ask us?