Beginning in 1978, the Sundance Housing Co-operative became a reality. During the next 39 years Sundance developed into a strong and financially secure community.
Three projects are governed by Sundance: Sundance Main (59 townhouses including three wheelchair accessible units), Sundance Expansion (three duplexes and one fourplex) & Sundance Place (nine apartments for members 55 and older).
As a community, Sundance recognizes and strives to realize International Co-operative values of self-help, self-responsibility, equality and solidarity, as well as principles of:
Voluntary and Open Membership
Democratic Member Control
Autonomy and Independence
Education, Training and Information
Co-operation among Co-operatives
Concern for Community
Sundance founders were inspired by a vision of sensible and affordable housing, environmental responsibility, and a nurturing community for its members. That vision lives on today.