*Shebang* noun; 1. informal; a matter, operation, or set of circumstances. "the Mafia boss who's running the whole shebang" 2. North American Archaic; a rough hut or shelter.

Co-living defined



  1. Shared housing designed to support a purpose-driven life.
  2. A modern, urban lifestyle that values openness, sharing, and collaboration.
Synonyms: intentional living, intentional community, cohousing, modern nomad.


The purpose of coliving is to create a home environment that inspires and empowers its residents to be active creators and participants in the world around them. These environments cultivate collaboration and serendipity amongst residents and the extended community. Coliving houses enable resilient lifestyles through sharing and efficient use of resources and space.


Coliving is for people who want a home environment that actively supports them in living with service, purpose and intention. People who choose coliving include professionals, makers, entrepreneurs, artists, and creatives.


Residents unite around a common interest to collaboratively manage a space, share resources, and coordinate activities which contribute creatively and intellectually to the world around them. Many coliving houses offer short-term accommodation and host outward facing events, increasing connections with the broader community and world.  The community at 616Shebang is focused on the principles of permaculture and resilient living.

Service and Resilient Living

Our outlook and values are pragmatic and centered on making life easier and more doable for our housemates by sharing the work of the home together with a permaculture/eccoResiliency focus.  The central purpose of our community is derived from shared values of generosity toward co-living members, the earth and the wider community, a sense of service both to the home we inhabit and the members we live with, and a strong central work ethic both in our own lives and in service of the home, earth and community with which we live in partnership.


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