5 Reasons Coliving Might Be for You
Coliving has exploded in popularity over the past couple years, and for good reason: The benefits of building a community with others -- in addition to sharing space -- are far-reaching. Here are five reasons you might want to give coliving a try.
You like experiencing different cultures
We all know New York is a great place to meet people from around the world, but aside from traveling, sharing space is a great way to learn about other places and cultures. Our members hail from nearly every state in the U.S. and dozens of countries, speak a variety of languages and love sharing their cultures with one another. Regardless of where you’re from, you’ll fit right in.
You like exploring new neighborhoods
Part of the fun of living in New York City is the diversity of its neighborhoods; it’s difficult to get bored when you have such a variety of cultures, personalities and entertainment everywhere you go.
Why tie yourself down to just one spot, then? For the length of your lease with Outpost Club, you’re welcome to switch between any of our houses in Bushwick, Williamsburg, Flatbush, Boerum Hill, Ridgewood, Bed-Stuy and the Upper West Side. How’s that for variety?
You want to network in a new city
We love the sheer variety of experiences our members bring with them to Outpost Club. We have entrepreneurs, musicians, writers, artists, chefs and more at our houses. Chances are, if you’re interested in something, we have a member who’s doing it as you read this.
You need a flexible living arrangement
Do you need a spot for just a month or two, or are you looking for a long-term lease? We’ve got you covered, either way. Apply and you could be moving in as little as a day. How easy is that?
Our homes are fully furnished and WiFi and utilities are included with your membership. We provide everything from the blender to toilet paper, so you never have to worry about running out of anything important -- all you have to bring with you is your suitcase.
You want to be a part of "something"
It can be difficult to find your place in a new city, especially somewhere as big as New York. Sure, you can find roommates and explore your new neighborhood on your own, but it can be easy to end up acting like a hermit when you don’t know anyone.
Coliving has a way of making you feel like less of a tiny fish in a giant pond, though. You’ll move into a built-in community of people who welcome new experiences and new people with open arms, and -- before you know it -- you’ll find yourself feeling right at home.