K’House, the Indy Hall cohousing project, will be the focus of a fireside chat information session this Friday in a lot in Kensington.
Uh, well, the lot is 1711 Howard Street, which is due to become a sustainably-minded private residence with communal space to foster collaboration and community. In true Indy Hall fashion, they’re going to light up a fire pit and have a conversation right out in the open. In addition to discussion, more drawings will be unveiled for the K’House, dubbed by excitable Indy Hall co-founder Alex Hillman and pronounced KA House, like kaboom, as noted in this month’s Philadelphia magazine profile.
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The lot is right above Cecil B. Moore Ave. near Front Street, nearly equidistant from both the Girard and Berks El stops.
The information session, which will be followed by a bar crawl, will update those interested in renting one of the initial spaces, in addition to those curious and supportive.-30-
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