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Coliving (Communal Living): The Definitive Guide

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What is Coliving?

Coliving is a communal lifestyle where people with similar values occupy a private room in a shared space. To understand co-living, it is essential to understand the concept of communal living.esidents in a shared community share not only the living spaces but also intentions, values, ideas, and interests. The commune includes people from different parts of life who have come together to learn from the experience of others and make new friends with whom they can have shared activities.

Like single room occupancy, coliving spaces offer residents a personal space in a shared property. However, the occupants share other parts of the apartment, such as the kitchen, bathroom, living room, library, gym, and many others.
Residents in a shared community share not only the living spaces but also intentions, values, ideas, and interests. The commune includes people from different parts of life who have come together to learn from the experience of others and make new friends with whom they can have shared activities.

Today, coliving in NYC is filled with hundreds of thousands of students, workers, and entrepreneurs because one of the most significant advantages of coliving is affordability.

Co-living spaces are designed with residents’ budgets in mind, unlike other housing systems. This cost-saving system allows you to save a lot of money while living in a furnished apartment. Coliving is the wave of the future and the solution to renting and living in the big city. Residents won’t have any financial surprises since the price includes all the amenities and utilities. Likewise, you would have no difficulties getting and moving into a coliving space.
Aside from affordability, coliving systems help residents acquire new skills and learn fascinating ideas about the rich culture and history of other residents.

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Best co-living spaces in NYC: affordable prices, free utilities, weekly cleaning, interested-based community. Find your home in NYC!

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Come meet your tribe and enjoy the feeling of community.

Beautiful furniture, designer touches, comfy beds and spacious rooms and bathrooms make it easy to relax and rest so that you feel at home. Hassle free, affordable and easy rental processes make SharedEasy the solution for renting in the big city.

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Looking for a coliving space in Los Angeles? Look no further than SharedEasy! Our furnished apartments offer all the amenities and convenience you need to make your stay in LA comfortable and stress-free. Come check us out today

Los Angeles

Come meet your tribe and enjoy the feeling of community.

Beautiful furniture, designer touches, comfy beds and spacious rooms and bathrooms make it easy to relax and rest so that you feel at home. Hassle free, affordable and easy rental processes make SharedEasy the solution for renting in the big city.

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Who Chooses Coliving?

While various surveys have shown that the primary age group is 19-40, the shared housing arrangement can work with individuals in any age group.
The major demographic of coliving spaces comprises employees of startup companies, freelancers, young professionals or students.

How Did It All Start, And Why?

It started in London , from 1933 to 1934, when Wells Coats designed the first shared living space in London called Isokon.

Due to rising real estate prices and the hardships of World War II, many people were forced to move in with each other in shared spaces. These spaces were laundry rooms, workspaces, kitchens, and even shared living rooms. However, after the war, this way of living declined and failed.

Therefore, we could say that cohabitation was popularized again between 2014 and 2015 when real estate prices skyrocketed, and several companies offering this type of housing were established. The co-living wave took off in major cities like New York and London, and many experts predict that the industry will expand enormously due to the rising prices we’re experiencing. Co-living is a favorite of millennials in today’s world, and some refer to it as adult dorms.

Coliving In The U.S.: Where? Why? How Much?

In the United States, most tenants take advantage of coliving in big cities.

San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, etc., with their exorbitant home prices and expensive cost of living, are hotspots for coliving. The average monthly price of Coliving in the USA is $ 1,400. But Coliving is competitive, with some options starting at $800 per month.

Best U.S. Coliving Places

We recommend Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York as the best coliving cities. However, even these cities have their neighborhoods and more expensive apartments.

For instance, coliving in specific neighborhoods in Manhattan can be more expensive than coliving in Brooklyn, but that may vary depending on the location, the amenities and services you require, and the length of stay. You can customize your search from the many offers on our website.

Also, don’t forget to get in-depth information in our blogs, Facebook Page, and Instagram.

Coliving – How Much Is It?

Coliving prices depend on what you want.

For example, if you are looking for a separate room with a queen-size bed, a work desk, wifi, a private closet, and an en suite bathroom, your monthly fee can be higher than $2000.

At the same time, if you can share a bathroom with your roommates, the price can decrease significantly. If you need a room with a particular atmosphere or design, best believe you'll be paying for that experience.

The location also means a lot, and the facilities offered by each home. Some homes have amenities like a gym, game room, cleaning services, or outdoor areas for parties and community events. The average cost for those spaces can range from $ 1,500 to $ 2,000 a month.

However, if the price is more your determining factor and if you have a volatile income or are in-between jobs and a shared space will meet your needs, prices can range from $700 per month.

Where Is Coliving Most Popular?

It’s no secret that Asia is overcrowded. Especially cities as big as Hong Kong.

Coliving is one solution to this pervasive problem of overcrowding. More and more people advertise their apartments as coliving spaces. As a result, they save money, meet new people, and enjoy the advantages of coliving.

Alexandria Lafci, an author, stated that by 2050, up to 90% of people would live in cities and only 10% in the suburbs. This in itself shows that the coliving business will overgrow.

Coliving is the solution to the problem of overcrowded cities. If Alexandria’s prediction is accurate, cities will be overpopulated and inevitably overpriced, which will force people to look for more affordable options. Coliving is the simplest way to do it.

The co-living lifestyle is proliferating in urban environments; whether you’re a tenant or a landlord, now is the best time to check out Coliving.

In Silicon Valley, for instance, they came up with the concept of a HUB. That’s how Facebook began – they believed in moving people with common interests into one house and working on one project.

Coliving is Changing the Way We Live

Imagine this scene, you arrive in New York City with high hopes of experiencing the “bright lights” effects of the City that Never Sleeps. You have no idea what to expect when you arrive. YOU HOPE you are not a victim of a scam or an apartment hunting horror story.

Now imagine that before you even arrive, you have a name, a contact on the property who you can call with questions, who is expecting you, who will welcome you. You step out of that cab, or off the subway, and are met at the door. The staff helps you with your luggage, and you meet new fellow travelers, transitioners, and students.

Imagine you are beyond delighted with the designer touches and cleanliness that goes beyond what you saw in the pictures. You realize that you are not alone. You are now a part of the collective.

Coliving is disrupting New York City’s short-term and long-term housing process. Big cities are prime for coliving as they offer a way around the hurdles and allows for a solution in solving problems with student housing in New York, short-term rentals, and intern housing in New York City.

Traditionally, there were few options for NYC temporary apartments beyond the Airbnb and extended stay hotels.

The coliving culture goes beyond the practical and meets humanity's most basic need, community.

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What is coliving?

Coliving is revolutionizing the way we work and live in the big city. It is popular with digital nomads, travelers, students, remote workers, corporate executives, interns, and those who want a new way to live that affords flexibility, costs that are predictable, and a shared community. The idea of co-living is based on private spaces in shared modern homes where members have both the privacy they desire and the community with varied cultures and shared interests.

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Why should I consider coliving?

There are many advantages to co-living. If you’re on a budget, if you are new to a city and want to discover new locations, if you’re looking to socialize and want to meet new people, if you want to live and work in a city but also want the benefits that a community offers.

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Will I have enough privacy?

Find out in advance about the people resident in the apartment. You can also meet with them before signing the contract!

This way, you will have a better idea if these are the types of people you would like to live with. You can have as much or as little privacy as you desire.

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Can I bring my pet to live with me in the co-living space?

This is a common question and there is only one answer: Yes, but only if the lease terms permit it.

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What will I have to share with others?

Common areas such as the kitchen, dining room, living area, and some bathrooms are shared depending on the layout of the home, amenities offered, and your room choice.

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Is coliving safe?

Co-living is, perhaps, safer than living alone in a big city. In a coliving space, your safety is guaranteed, and you have a community that checks up on you occasionally.

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Can I decorate my room?

In most cases, you can decorate your own room. As long as nothing damages the permanent space and it does not interfere with another person’s living experience or living space, you are welcome to have personal items to enhance the feeling of home.

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How much will it cost me?

The costs vary depending on amenities; whether you have a private or shared room, whether you require a private bathroom and what the location is for the home. If you want to know specific amounts, prices range from $ 800 to $ 3,000 inclusive of utility bills. Price depends on your taste.

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What rules do I have to follow?

Every co-living community has its rules, and it is your responsibility to adhere to these rules while you share a space with other members of the community. Get acquainted with the rules before moving in, during the interview itself or during the final inspection prior to moving in. There you can ask everything you will need to know and you will certainly be given a list of fixed rules that every tenant needs to follow.

Rules are put into place to ensure that each family member enjoys their experience to the fullest and that there is mutual respect for the space and for individual needs.

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This was an amazing stay and a stay I’ll never forget. The space was awesome, the faculty and staff were…

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