Village Cohousing Community
Village Cohousing Community


A cat on a leash stands in front of a sign that says Village Cohousing Community Purrogi gives a tour of the VCC courtyard

The Village Cohousing Community (VCC) is Madison's first complete cohousing project. You can find us on Mound Street, South Mills Street, and St. James Court in the Greenbush neighborhood. The award winning Design Coalition of Madison designed the community, and construction was completed in 1999. There are 18 units in all, 15 in three newly constructed buildings and three in two existing houses on half of a city block.

A group of 25 neighbors posing in front of the VCC Common House VCC Group Photo, May 2024

Cohousing combines personal privacy and community living. Private, owner-occupied living units are combined with extensive shared common facilities, such as a kitchen and dining area for community meals, a playroom, laundry facilities, guest rooms, and garden space. All units have their own kitchens. Residents manage cohousing projects, the grounds, and facilities.

Village Cohousing Community is close to the University of Wisconsin, Edgewood College, parks and schools.

Five people shovel compost VCC'ers shovel compost during a work day
Solar panels on the Common House roof As of spring 2024, VCC has solar!

Contact Us Today!

Village Cohousing Community
1104 Mound St.
Madison, WI53715


E-mail: Reach out on our Contact page. 

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