We provide end-to-end co-living services to tech startups, entrepreneurs, digital nomads, freelancers, remote workers, professionals, students, and anyone looking to move to NYC. More importantly, we created a community that offers both general and professional networking, which personally benefits all members.The Bed-Stuy House is a beautifully renovated home in the charming and central Bed-Stuy neighborhood. This home has a spacious basement area for relaxing and entertaining, as well as common areas in each unit well-equipped for cooking up a meal or working from home. Your room will move-in ready. Internet access is provided. Amenities may include full-size mattresses, pillows, shelving, hooks, and closet/organizational tools. At select apartments, we also offer salt, pepper, sugar, coffee, tea, cooking oil, paper towels, toilet paper, shampoo, body wash and hand soap, dish soap.You may know Bed-Stuy as the neighborhood that gave us Jay Z, and today, the neighborhood is packed to bursting with personality. Whatever you want to do, this location will give you easy access to it, from the restaurants and cafes that dot Broadway to the bars and vintage shops a few blocks away in South Williamsburg. The neighborhood features Herbert Von King Park, eclectic cuisine ranging from Cuban to Japanese.
The closest subway station is the Delancey Street strop, served by the M and J train and is only a 10-minute walk away. You can reach the Lower East Side in 30 minutes and Midtown Manhattan in 45 minutes, or easily explore Downtown Brooklyn in 15 minutes.
The typical people who live in our spaces are between the ages of 21 and 35; around half are international members and half are American; about 30 percent are students (undergraduate, graduate, post-graduate, or short-term programs); and 70 percent are already in their professional fields, from all different professional backgrounds! The gender breakdown changes all the time, but on average it’s 50-50.
Most of our locations are equipped with keypad access and an August Lock security system, although a few use traditional keyed locks. We have Nest security systems in all of our common areas to keep everyone’s valuables safe. These are not monitored, and are only accessed when our members request that we look at them for justifiable purposes (missing items left in common rooms, suspicious activity, etc.). Most of our locations also have lockers for members’ valuables. In addition to the above, coliving provides a unique, unintended security benefit: Because many people are living in the same spaces, there is virtually always someone at home.
The New York Housing Department policy disallows residential properties from placing locks on bedroom doors for fire safety purposes; however, even if we were allowed to put locks on the doors, we are committed to providing safe and secure coliving spaces through trust and mutual respect. Bedroom doors are unlocked because it is a display of this trust and respect; on top of our security systems mentioned above, our members are selected for their appreciation of a safe environment.
Security deposits are refunded within 15 days of departure from our premises. Deposits are returned to the account they were paid with, and this is the only way we are able to return funds. If you have since closed the account that you used to pay the security deposit, contact that bank, explain the situation, and they usually can temporarily re-open the account so you can receive and withdraw the funds.
From our house leaders (who will meet you upon arrival), to the events we hold multiple times per month, our team is dedicated to giving you the sense of community you are looking for, whether in a professional or personal capacity. You may choose to be as involved or uninvolved as you’d like; you are welcome to stay with us either way!
If you book more than 14 days before moving in, you may only pay a $300 Down Payment now to guarantee your stay. If it's less than 14 days, you need to pay the first month's rent as well as a security deposit.
Coliving.com will transfer your rent and deposit to the host 24h after you move in.
The deposit is refunded directly by the host within 30 days of the lease end date.
The deposit will be returned in full if you have no pending charges, and have followed the check-out process.
1) We will send you links from the e-document sign for the COVID form. The government requires us to collect COVID related information.
2) We will request to check the photo ID of each person that moves into the apartment.