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Shared housing designed to support a purpose-driven life. A modern, urban lifestyle that values openness, sharing, and collaboration.
No dad, it's not a hippie commune. It's coliving. It's kinda like coworking, but in a house. Get it??
by unkiepropro October 11, 2013
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A movement in shared living where people adapt a more flexible leasing structure and practice increased engagement with the household in order to form more meaningful connections with housemates and the general community—regardless of the duration of stay. Co-living can take many forms from shared apartment buildings to shared houses or individual apartments, and it’s particularly gaining traction in areas with a high cost of living, like SF and NYC. Because the rentals can be short- or long-term, it’s increasingly common among younger demographics seeking more meaningful, interconnected lifestyles or travelers who want to immerse themselves in a new city or culture.
I want to find a roommate who embraces co-living, who likes to cook together and share their experiences, rather than someone who treats our home as just a place to stay.
by Roomi January 16, 2016
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A squalid and overcrowded urban apartment inhabited by young, very poor but somehow hip people.
"Co-living is the new slums, man, I can't front 3 times my rent just to move into some shithole in Brooklyn."
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by singleservingfrd November 03, 2019
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