The Co-Living Group acquires spaces and re-purposes them into functional, affordable co-living accommodation.
We are one of the earliest innovators within the developing co-living industry, on a mission to help young professionals find the co-living accommodation that’s right for them.
Co-living is a type of communal living, where tenants share their living space with other people. This type of community living often attracts like-minded people, wanting to cut down on the cost of living within a certain, often expensive, area, while meeting new people along the way.
With co-living, people co-exist with their fellow tenants sharing their living space and bringing about a sense of community and togetherness.
Co-living, as the name suggests, works by tenants living together in a communal space. However, not all areas of a co-living space are necessarily communal. With co-living, tenants will typically each get their own private bedroom and share their other living facilities with one another – e.g. the kitchen, bathroom and living room.
With Co-Living Group, for example, we aim to provide tenants with functional accommodation, amenities including (but not exclusive to) laundry facilities, a communal cooking space and a gym area.
Below is a list with some of the main things that can be included in a co-living space:
While these features can all be included in co-living spaces, it’s important to note that not all providers will offer them. Therefore, it’s important to check exactly what’s being offered in any co-living space you consider.
Co-living can offer a range of benefits to a variety of different people. One of the biggest pulls towards co-living is the sense of community it can bring to tenants, helping them meet like-minded people in the area and make new friends.
This sense of community can be perfect for those who have just moved to an area where they don’t know that many people – helping them expand their social circle and form positive connections.
Co-living can also be an affordable alternative to more traditional renting methods – ideal for young professionals looking to kickstart their career in renowned, yet expensive, cities (e.g. London).
Yes, co-living can be safe – especially the spaces that offer high levels of security with screening measures, CCTV and round-the-clock security.
Living with a group of people also means they’ll usually be someone in the property, reducing the risk of burglars breaking in when no-ones there. The community co-living brings can also make tenants feel less alone and vulnerable, able to ask their housemates to accompany them when they’re anxious about going out at night.
Co-living can work for a variety of different people, popular amongst young professionals moving to a new city and wanting an affordable place to live. Many flock to London, for example, to begin their careers, however are on starting salaries that may struggle amidst more traditional types of renting.
A co-living space can help young professionals to lower their cost of living and meet new, like-minded people in their area along the way.
Co-living can also be great for those wanting to have a greater sense of community to where they’re living, or for those thinking of settling down in the area, however want to experience what the place is like first.
Co-Living Group repurposes spaces across London into co-living accommodation. Our London co-living spaces aim to meet the needs of young professionals – a popular demographic for this type of community living both in the UK and across the world.
Yes, Co-Living Groups’ London spaces are designed to cater to young professionals looking to start their careers in the UK’s capital.
Our spaces are perfect for those looking for a sense of community with their next home, and all at an affordable price. Find out more about our product.
Co-living can offer a range of different benefits over traditional rentals. Firstly, the characteristic sense of community that co-living brings can help tenants to meet new, like-minded people, make new friends and make them feel less lonely than if they were to live by themselves.
Alongside these benefits, co-living spaces can also offer tenants their own space when needing some time alone, able to relax in their own private bedroom to get some peace and quiet.
Co-living can also offer tenants a more affordable place to live as opposed to some other, more traditional types of rentals.