Posts by Kayla Gibson

LGBTQ Cohousing in Durham

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Cohousing with a community of LGBTQ seniors provides for a unique way to live in place. (Photo Credit: Village Hearth Cohousing) Chris Rudisill March 20, 2020 In a series of investigative stories, qnotes is examining solutions around the country that could positively impact affordable housing opportunities in Charlotte, with the specific interests…
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HIV meds tested against COVID-19

Focus on microscope with metal lens for experiments, educational demonstrations in clinical laboratories. Medicine researching concept. Blurred background Mykah Buff April 17, 2020 With more than hundreds of thousands of confirmed cases, the coronavirus (SARS-COV-2) continues spreading across the globe at an alarming rate. In an effort to find a…
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Nashville’s shipping container apartments could be inspiration for Charlotte

By Nathan Morabito February 18, 2020 A Nashville developer is using the nation’s surplus of shipping containers to build affordable housing unit and his idea is a possible solution Charlotte might want to consider. Stacked three-high, shipping containers welded to piers now dominate the landscape of Nashville’s Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood just…
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Big Impact with a Small Footprint: Veterans Project Is Building Community While Fighting Homelessness

Site of Veterans Community Project, Longmont, Colo. (Photo Credit: Chris Rudisill) By Chris Rudisill FEBRUARY 7, 2020 In the last issue of qnotes, we looked at the Beloved Community Village in Denver, a tiny home village that provides transformational housing for people experiencing homelessness. Our trip out west also took us to…
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