Construction has begun! 

We've completed the home designs for our beautiful, green 4.8 acre property. Nestled in a quiet neighborhood at 7141 S Quincy, it offers easy access to amenities. We're close to RiverParks, the Gathering Place, Turkey Mountain, shopping, and only a few minutes from downtown. 


Attending an event is the best way to see the designs, meet members, and explore the cohousing lifestyle.


The architect team we've selected brings together the architectural, cohousing and sustainability design skills and experience we need to bring our vision to reality. As a community, we've completed an extensive design process of our private homes, our common house and other shared amenities. 

Only a few homes are left!

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Cohousing Solutions


Katie McCamant, CoHousing Solutions' President, studied cohousing in Denmark and co-wrote the seminal book Creating Cohousing: Building Sustainable Communities. She has over 30 years of experience in cohousing architecture, development and consulting.


Jones Design Studio, PLLC

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Jones Design Studio is an architecture and consulting firm focused on building a beautiful, sustainable, equitable, and resilient future for everyone. Our mission is to make a positive impact on every project, and every person, every single day. We are experts in delivering deeply sustainable community-centric projects.


Stava Building Corporation


Stava Building Corporation is a locally owned and operated business, we elect to work with clients who understand the value in having a true relationship with their builder. Our goal is always to understand our client’s needs, wants, likes and dislikes so well, that Stava outlines the best path to deliver YOUR vision. 


First Oklahoma Bank

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When the founders of First Bank of  

Oklahoma Bank dreamed of creating a personal financial institution, they envisioned one reminiscent of a time when bankers knew clients by name and a handshake still mattered. They thought of people like you who need more than a bank with exceptional products, but who want a relationship they can trust.



An initial community presentation in early 2016 was attended by 75 people. Several more community meetings and an interview on our local PBS radio station, KWGS, stirred up even more interest.

Studying and taking inspiration from The Senior Cohousing Handbook: A Community Approach to Independent Living by Charles Durrett, we launched our first 10-week Study Group 1: Aging Successful/Aging in Place in the fall. Out of it, a core group was formed to move the idea forward. In February, we officially formed Green Country Cohousing, LLC as a vehicle to develop our community. 

In April, we visited Oakcreek, Oklahoma’s only cohousing community, in Stillwater. It was love at first sight!


In May 2017, we brought national cohousing experts Kathryn McCamant and Charles Durrett to Tulsa for a public presentation on cohousing and a weekend-long “Getting It Built” Workshop. We came away energized, overwhelmed, and fully committed to creating a cohousing community here in Tulsa.

After that, we met regularly, gathered for monthly social events, formed work teams, and hired Cohousing Solutions/Kathryn McCamant to be our development consultant.


We began 2018 with a core group of members and a solid plan to research and find a location for our community. Informed by our vision and values we have selected and will soon purchase land and begin the design phase of our community. 


We purchased a 4.8 acre site nestled in a quiet neighborhood at 7141 S. Quincy Ave. We hired our architect team of Jones Design Studio, PLLC and Caddis PC. We completed a series of design workshops, led by our architects, laying out the plans of what our community will actually look like including the site plan and the plans for the individual homes, common house and shared amenities. Kathryn McCamant, national cohousing cofounder joined us for a weekend to help reveal our designs and answer any questions about the cohousing lifestyle. 


As a community, we've completed an extensive design process of our private homes, our common house and other shared amenities. Stava Building Corporation was selected as our construction contractor and First Oklahoma Bank as our construction lender. On May 2nd a core group of 21 selected their homes. Now we know who our neighbors will be and which lovely homes are still available. In September we broke ground and began construction.