STUCCO is a democratically managed student housing cooperative. How does it all work? Who owns the place? Where does our rent money go? Why do landlords suck?
How To Apply
Okay. You’re interested. Now you want to know how you could ever possibly end up living at Stucco. Well, there’s an application form, a few meetings to come to, and an interview.
Stucco Meeting Times
Wait, meetings? What’s a committee? Why’s a general meeting? What are these things and when are they? See here to find out our latest meeting times.
If you’re an ex-resident of Stucco, please fill out our contact form: https://goo.gl/forms/lBvyCipeIgcKeJuI3.
Stucco Housing Cooperative is at 197 Wilson Street, Newtown. It was established in 1991 to address the growing need for genuinely affordable student housing in Sydney. Stucco prides itself on its democratic principles of self-management and stands as a strong counter-example to the prevailing assumption of nearly all rental accommodation: we do not need a landlord or building manager to create a livable home. Almost as a direct result of that, we have a vibrant community life.
Please browse through our website to find out more about us. If you need to get in contact, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.