Co-living spaces in Taiwan are quite different from the ones in the US. Most of the rooms you will share with either 2 to 3 people. So if you are the type of person that wants your own space this is not the space for you. However, if you don't mind it and you like to get to know other roommates then this place is great to socialize with others. Also, most of your roommates will be working throughout the week, so there is times you won't be able to socialize as often. It's just how life is people get busy with their lives so it's very hard to get to spend time with everyone.
If you want to live with Taiwanese people, that is the place to be. But if you have some apprehension about living In the same room, don't worry, your bed will be your favorite private space, as it possesses curtains. Even if you are sleeping in bunk beds, you won't feel your roommate move. Contrary to many studio, the flat is well equipped with microwave, washing machine, hotplates. I have been living there for 1 week already!
My husband and I have been living in the the newest co-living space in a double room for almost a month now and love it. Super close to the MRT & Bus line and right across the street from the Taipei Arena / Songshan Sports center. The owners, Lexi and Wilbur are awesome landlords. Very easy to get a hold of and happy to help if you have any questions. They try to arrange fun activities for all the renters to take part in every so often (if they want to join), which really creates a cool community atmosphere!