Coliving is much more than a community flat or college dorm. It’s an incredible concept of communal living popular with those who want to live with like-minded people and focus on their career. Residents of coliving establishments can network and establish synergies to help them with their business projects and more.
Depending on the residence, shared spaces can range from cinema rooms, gyms or offices, and more. There are many options, so it’s important to figure out which coliving version is best for you because it’s not just a living arrangement; it’s also a lifestyle with residents choosing coliving for its many benefits.
Coliving can offer you a range of benefits, from fun spaces for spending time with others to community events, to housekeeping and maintenance services. Here are some of the benefits from coliving:
A Social Community:
The community aspect of coliving is considered by many the number one benefit. Sharing office space is different that building relationships and creating memories with your fellow co-living members. Yes, you can also find a co-working space or cafe with Wi-Fi, but there’s a different feeling a resident will get from their coliving community.
Generally speaking, coliving spaces are located in the more desirable areas of big cities. At Webster, you can spend summer evenings on the rooftop, sip drinks in the garden, or enjoy the restaurants and shops in the nearby Midtown neighborhoods.
Privacy and Collaboration:
Wait, what? YES – you can have both! Even if you would consider yourself an introvert, co-living can calm your hesitations or anxieties of moving in with strangers. Some coliving spaces, like Webster, have private furnished rooms to provide you with your “own” space.
What if you need a break from your hard day work or just want to watch what you want to watch on Netflix? That’s no problem – most spaces also have this covered for you.
Coliving can save you money! Coliving spaces often have amenities included with their pricing such as housekeeping high-speed Wi-Fi, onsite laundry, and stocked household supplies like toiletries and coffee.
Have you ever had a roommate move out with little or no notice? This is no longer an issue. While you may have people moving in or out any given month, your monthly payment will not change.
Additionally, guests are typically not tied to long leases (like here at Webster).
Most coliving spaces are located in city centers, so their inhabitants can walk, cycle, or use public transport to get around. Some also use renewable energy and keep plastic use to a minimum. Overall, coliving can be an excellent option for people looking for cost-effective, sociable living with lots of perks. If you want to be part of a community and live somewhere that’s full of life, coliving is for you. Webster provides a welcoming community and well-appointed spaces for both long and short-term rentals.