Riverside Crossing Active Adult Cottage Cooperative

Nestled between the Sapphire and Bitterroot mountains, Riverside Crossing offers the advantages of ownership and the convenience of cooperative living. This 55+ community designed by Ross Chapin is based on the Pocket Neighborhood concept. Membership in the cooperative includes cottage maintenance, inside and out, lawn and landscape care, and snowplowing and shoveling. With one monthly service fee, cooperative staff take care of most of your monthly billings and maintenance. Knowing your cottage is cared for while you are away gives you peace of mind to travel without worry. Members of the cooperative own and, through the Board of Directors, control the property. Members determine monthly charges, rules and regulations, and community policies. Click for a complete list of what your monthly service charge covers.

PRESERVING EQUITY AND LONG-TERM AFFORDABILITY

Now accepting homesite reservations for Phase 1

HAMILTON, MONTANA

THE LAST BEST PLACE FOR A 55+ RETIREMENT COMMUNITY

OUR AMENITIES

Cottage & Grounds

HOUSING COOPERATIVES

Benefits of Housing Co-ops & FAQs

COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES

Commercial opportunities available

POCKET NEIGHBORHOODS

CHECK OUT SOME POCKET NEIGHBORHOOD EXAMPLES

Do you want to…

....see Construction Progress @ Riverside Crossing ?

...or maybe see the history of Riverside Crossing?

Let's hear from the architect Ross Chapin

In the adjacent video, architect Ross Chapin explains the concept of the Pocket Neighborhood. The Highlands at Langley is a new neighborhood  on Whidbey Island west of Seattle. Langley Builders constructed several of Ross's cottage styles. You can see the quality in construction and attention to every detail. These homes nested together to provide privacy but promote community throughout the neighborhood.

Pocket Neighborhood style

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