Where to Find Stylish Coliving Spaces in Boston

by Allie d'Almo  |  Published May 21, 2024

Boston, a city steeped in history and innovation, is no stranger to communal living but a new trend is reshaping the urban landscape: coliving. 

A stylish living space at Roost Up (Photo: Roost Up)

With its bustling urban centre, prestigious universities and burgeoning startup scene, it’s easy to see why Boston is fast becoming a top destination for young professionals and digital nomads. But finding a stylish, affordable abode, particularly in a city where rates are rising faster than ever, is a daunting prospect. Coliving provides the perfect solution. Combining community, convenience and style, the best Boston coliving spaces attract a diverse array of residents on the hunt for a dynamic urban experience. Here are five of the best places to find stylish coliving spaces in Boston. 

June Homes 

JuneHomes is setting new standards for luxury and convenience in the coliving space. The company’s meticulously curated apartments feature plush furnishings, premium appliances and state-of-the-art technology, offering a high-end living experience for residences at a cut price. With locations in coveted neighbourhoods such as Back Bay and Beacon Hill, June Homes offers some of the best coliving spaces on the market. Leases range from short-term rentals to extended stays to suit a variety of residents. Some properties even offer additional services, like weekly housekeeping, concierge services and curated social events. 

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7INK boasts several brilliant co-working spaces in the property (Photo: 7INK)

Those looking for company and camaraderie need look no further than 7INK. Located in the bustling South End of Boston, the brand new coliving space offers an innovative approach to shared living, with a range of studios and 2,3 or 4-bed units to choose from with a handy room matching platform. Utilities, furnishing, daily events and house cleaning are included in the price. Best of all are the shared spaces, like the sunken living room and rooftop deck, designed to foster connection and collaboration. There’s also kombucha and cold brew on tap weekly. 

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Roost Up 

Roost Up offers move-in ready homes to make living in Boston as easy, flexible and affordable as possible. All shared housing options include a fully-furnished private bedroom with a private or shared bathroom, utilities and fast WiFi, free laundry and a cleaning service every week. Spaces also include a newly renovated shared kitchen and other stylish shared spaces. Unlike other platforms, roommates must pass background checks and credit checks before they’re approved too. The company currently offers 43 coliving properties across the city, a 5-15 minute stroll from public transport.

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Thatch offers sleek and stylish colliding spaces (Photo: Thatch)

Thatch emerged in 2013 with an aim to revolutionise short-term rentals in a market dominated by long leases and traditional corporate housing. It quickly gained popularity thanks to its spacious properties catering to families, professionals and digital nomads. Embracing flexibility and affordability, Thatch currently offers a dozen or so properties in some of Boston’s most sought-after locations. Residents can enjoy fully-furnished private rooms with all-inclusive rent, utilities and wi-fi, shared or private bath options and flexible terms and move policies. All coliving options are conveniently located near a metro too. 

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525 LINC 

525 Linc features 70 three- and four-bedroom suites, where space is rented by the bedroom. Located in Alliston, within easy reach of the Boston Landing commuter rail stop and a plethora of bars, restaurants and live music venues, 525 LINC offers the best of Boston, right on your doorstep. As well as high-spec private spaces, there’s a wide variety of indoor and outdoor amenities, including a work-from-home lounge, community kitchen, electrical community car share, fitness centre and outdoor patio. Rooms are inclusive of all utilities and ready to move into. 

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