Nestled in Burlington’s Old North End, the Rose Street Artists’ Co-op provides twelve unique apartments and a gallery/common space to its artist members. Located in a historic former bakery, the co-op represents the transformation of an abandoned building into affordable housing and a vibrant community arts space. All apartments have an open design, high ceilings, storage space, and modern, efficient kitchens.

Common space includes a gallery, laundry room, office, bike room and parking garage. In addition to regular co-op duties, members host and organize arts events in the gallery. Waitlist: Rose Street Artists’ Co-op

Property Features

12 Apartments:

  • 1 studio
  • 4 one-bedrooms
  • 6 two-bedrooms
  • 1 three-bedrooms

Rent includes: Water, sewage, heat, hot water, trash and snow removal

Utilities: Members are responsible for electricity

Laundry: shared laundry room

Parking: private parking for one car

Location

 

Next Steps

Apply For Cooperative Housing

 1. Submit a CHT rental application and a co-op addendum. This allows us to add you to the waiting lists of your choice. We do not process the application until there is a vacancy that you might qualify for.

Get Rental Application Get Co-op Addendum

2. CHT notifies you of a vacancy. If you’re still interested in applying, we’ll have you double-check your application to make sure the data is current.

3. CHT processes your application and schedules a co-op orientation. We then forward the relevant results to the co-op’s interview team, which decides whether or not to invite you in for an interview.

For questions, email Rick or call (802) 861-7395