5. Tribe – NYC & SF
Tribe’s main emphasis is on community (hence the name). A careful vetting process ensures that the communal aspect of coliving is of the highest priority. Tribe calls it “Interest-Based Coliving,” having separate houses for different interests. Weekly dinners and events are run by house leaders who also make sure that their clan gets the most enjoyment out of their residence.
But also said no one needs a little occasional alone time? Tribe’s membership provides high-speed Wi-Fi with Netflix, Hulu, and HBO included. As long as you stay for at least 2 months, you can choose between a shared bedroom or your very own private room.
4. Outpost – NYC
Each of the eight Outpost locations in Queens and Brooklyn offer coworking space at a month-to-month membership for a no strings agreement or a longer-term lease if you’re looking to get a slightly cheaper rate.
Each location has a “House Leader,” similar to a resident advisor, who can answer any and all of questions you may have. Outpost can come out extremely affordable if you’re okay with sharing a bedroom, without the worries that can arise when bunking up with a stranger from craigslist.
3. Dwell – Brooklyn, NY
Dwell is one of the few coliving spaces that exist in an actual home, rather than an apartment building. And even though you can rent month to month, the vetting process is quite intimate, with each prospective tenant writing a few paragraphs as to why they think they’d be a good fit and then introducing themselves around the home.
An Amazon Echo, Netflix, Hulu, and complementary groceries are just some of the amenities at the two Dwell locations.
2. Haas – San Francisco
With events like roller discos, rooftop parties, surfing, and yoga, Haas is hands down one of the best coliving spaces in the USA. Not only does Haas love communal events, it provides for its tenants conference rooms, game rooms, rooftop terraces, fire pits, and Jacuzzi. You might forget it’s where you live, thinking, “When did I go on holiday?”
Haas has multiple locations in San Francisco, California and offers single-gender bedrooms as well as gender-neutral bedrooms, if you decide to have a shared room.
The majority of Haas’s members live there long-term, showing that Haas provides a more than exceptional living environment.
1. Outsite – USA
Outsite has 10 coliving locations in the United States and many more worldwide. Although a $199 membership isn’t mandatory, it includes discounted rates, local vendor perks, and free coworking day passes.
Since there’s no minimum to how long you can stay here, a quick night or two stay might be just what you need if you have a lengthy layover or a weekend holiday. Workspaces and fully furnished private rooms wiht high speed internet are offered for all colivers.
Outsite seems to be a great short-term living situation rather than a long-term one, as it melds together the convenience of Airbnb with the utilities of a work space, making it one of the best coliving spaces in the USA.