New York

5 Stylish Coliving Spaces in Brooklyn 

by Allie d'Almo  |  Published June 24, 2023

In a borough renowned for its diverse neighbourhoods, historic architecture and proximity to parks, beaches and waterfront attractions, coliving offers a stylish alternative to shared housing and a cheaper alternative to renting alone. 

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It’s not hard to see why Brooklyn has become a hotspot for digital nomads, entrepreneurs and freelance creatives. Home to cutting-edge arts spaces, a diverse culinary scene and some of the best nights out in the city, it’s the perfect balance for those looking to work hard and play hard. Unsurprisingly, coliving – the community living concept where residents rent out private rooms and enjoy access to communal spaces and events – has taken off in the past few years. With new spaces cropping up every month, choosing the right space for your needs can be overwhelming. To help make the decision a little easier, we’ve rounded up five of the most stylish coliving spaces in Brooklyn based on value, amenities, location and previous guest reviews. 


SharedEasy prides itself on its friendly and affordable approach to shared housing, which makes it particularly popular with millennials, students, digital nomads and entrepreneurs. There are currently four residences to choose from, though Bushwick Terrace is the cheapest. Set in a modern apartment complex in the heart of Bushwick, guests can choose from six private and shared rooms, with queen-size beds, private rooms and shared bathrooms. All apartments are equipped with free high-speed fibre optic WiFi, a TV with Netflix and appliances. Unlike some of the neighbourhood’s chicer offerings, tenants do not need to submit an application or interview for a spot either. From $850 for a shared room and $1,100 for a private room. 

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Node Bushwick 

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Node Bushwick occupies a centuries-old brownstone building, with a landscaped backyard and rooftop views of Manhatten. Residents can choose from one of three stylishly appointed rooms in a duplex apartment, which features a spacious lounge, fully-equipped kitchen and rainfall-shower bathroom. Room prices include utilities, on-site or in-unit laundry facilities and high-speed WiFi, as well as access to larger resident lounges and co-working spaces. Parking and kitchen, dining and linen packages cost extra. Node hosts monthly social events which can be booked through a nifty residents app too. From $1,550 per month 

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Origin Coliving The Macron 

Origin describes itself as a ‘curated coliving experience’ situated in architecturally remarkable houses in Brooklyn’s most historic neighbourhoods. With its stained glass windows, painted sinks and impeccably furnished rooms, The Macron is by far one of the most stylish coliving spaces in the city. Top-floor suites feature two huge south-facing windows, a fireplace mantle and hardwood floors, as well as a large comfy bed and plenty of storage space. Communal spaces are spread over the four floors and include a sprawling kitchen, multiple living areas with mid-century touches and a flower-filled back garden. Housemates are vetted for safety and will need to interview for a place to ensure they get along with visiting tenants. From $1,575 per month. 

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Cohabs Crown 907

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Founded in 2016, Cohabs has since expanded to become one of NYC’s best-loved coliving accommodation providers. Crown 907 is the largest of the brand’s three coliving spaces in Brooklyn, with 24 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a gym, cinema, coworking space and private bar. There’s also a large, sun-filled terrace for balmy summer evenings. Residents can choose from an ‘Essential’ room, with a desk, double bed and plenty of wardrobe space or a ‘Classic’ room, which comes with the added luxury of a private bathroom. Thoughtful touches, such as basic supplies, monthly breakfast and a Cohabs mobile app go a long way too. 

From $1,842 per month. 

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Outsite Brooklyn 

Located on a tree-lined street five minutes from Prospect Park, Outsite’s outpost in Brooklyn is ideal for those looking for green space within easy reach of NYC’s blockbuster attractions. Popular with digital natives and location-independent workers, the space boasts seven bedrooms and three bathrooms. Most people tend to stay between one and three months, though members can book shorter stays too. The spaces are expertly designed to encourage socialising and prospective guests will need to make an application online to ensure they’re the right fit for the community. From $2,373 per month.  

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