Stylish  budget-friendly housing right in Downtown LA
DTLA Fashion District

Stylish budget-friendly housing right in Downtown LA

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Bed 55
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Bed 187
Bed 1,000 sqft
Bed 1 month min.

Discover our thoughtfully designed SHARED BEDROOMS, tailored for those seeking budget-friendly housing with flexible terms. Choose from multiple locations nestled near the vibrant pulse of downtown Los Angeles, each offering convenient access to a myriad of dining, shopping, and entertainment options.Perfectly situated near downtown universities and major job sites, our spaces cater to both students and professionals alike.

Benefit from seamless connectivity with nearby public transit, seamlessly linking you to the extensive LA metro and bus network, ensuring hassle-free commutes throughout the city. For those with vehicles, street parking is readily available.

Enjoy the convenience of all-inclusive living with utilities, including complimentary Wi-Fi, seamlessly integrated into your stay. Say goodbye to contracts, deposits, credit checks, or SSNs—our hassle-free approach to accommodation means you can move in on the same day with flexible month-to-month terms.

Rest assured with on-site management ensuring a smooth living experience, while our weekly cleaning service keeps communal areas pristine and inviting.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to join our thriving community in downtown LA—where comfort, convenience, and affordability intersect seamlessly!

Amenities

Air condition
Air condition
Balcony
Balcony
Cleaning (common areas)
Cleaning (common areas)
Dishwasher
Dishwasher
Fast WiFi
Fast WiFi
Heating
Heating
Kitchen
Kitchen
LGBTQIA+ friendly
LGBTQIA+ friendly
Living area
Living area

Community

Our roommates are responsible, friendly, hard-working individuals who will respect your personal space and property. Our co-living space is a vibrant tapestry of diversity, weaving together individuals of all ages, races, genders, and creeds into a harmonious community. From seasoned professionals to bright-eyed students, from various corners of the globe, our home thrives with the energy of multiculturalism.

Digital nomads Remote workers Students Young professionals

Age range

Gender ratio

Room options

You'll be sharing this coliving with up to 186 other residents.

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Private rooms

  • Private

    Private room · Single occupancy · Twin bed · 169 sq. ft. · Shared bathroom
    Closet/drawers · Heating · Lock on door · WiFi

Shared rooms

  • Bed in a 4-bed gender separated room

    Shared room · Single occupancy · Bunk bed · 200 sq. ft. · Shared bathroom
    Air conditioning · Heating · WiFi
  • Bed in a 3-bed gender separated room

    Shared room · Single occupancy · Bunk bed · 169 sq. ft. · Shared bathroom
    Air conditioning · Heating · WiFi
  • Bed in a 2-bed gender separated room

    Shared room · Single occupancy · Twin bed · 175 sq. ft. · Shared bathroom
    Air conditioning · Heating · WiFi

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Location

E 27th St (DTLA Fashion District), Los Angeles
The exact location is provided after the booking is confirmed.

DTLA Fashion District

Downtown Los Angeles offers a dynamic tapestry of attractions and activities that cater to diverse interests. Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of the city by exploring iconic landmarks such as the historic Olvera Street, the vibrant Grand Central Market, and the architectural marvel that is the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Art enthusiasts can indulge in world-class museums like The Broad and the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), while sports fans can catch thrilling games at the Staples Center, home to the Lakers, Clippers, and Kings. For a taste of nature amidst the urban bustle, stroll through the serene oasis of Grand Park or hike up to Griffith Observatory for panoramic views of the city skyline. Foodies will delight in the culinary delights found in Little Tokyo, Chinatown, and the burgeoning Arts District, while nightlife aficionados can revel in the trendy bars and clubs scattered throughout the area. With an abundance of shopping destinations, theaters, and cultural events, Downtown LA offers an endless array of experiences waiting to be discovered.

Getting around

Walk Score ®

86

Very Walkable

Bike Score ®

87

Very Bikeable

Transit Score ®

85

Excellent Transit

Video tour

Things to know

House rules

• Move-in: 11:00
• Min. stay: 1 month
• Min. age: 18
• Parking: Parking On Street (Free)
• Kids not allowed
• No smoking inside
• Pets not allowed
• Quiet after 10pm

Property info

• Energy-saving appliances
• Energy-saving light bulbs
• Fire extinguisher
• Smoke detectors

Security deposit

• No security deposit.

Booking rules

All payments are final.

Cancellation Policy

Before Host Approval
  • No charges will be incurred
After Host Approval
  • No refund of the 1st month's rent.

Frequently asked questions

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  • Once you’ve been accepted and confirmed your ideal moving-in date, the host will be there to welcome you to your new home. They will help you settle in your room, show you around the space, and introduce you to the other community members. Once we’ve answered your questions, you will be given time to get settled and make yourself at home.
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    100% online - no paperwork needed.
    Some hosts have contracts that you need to sign before moving in in case you wish to commit to a long-term stay.
  • The room you will be assigned might differ slightly from the photos but will match the room type. You are booking a room/bed by type, not a specific unit.
  • You may book a shorter stay first and then extend once you know more about your needs.
  • You have 24hrs to let us know if everything is okay. If you think you’ve been missold to, or the listing was significantly different to what you got, we’ll help you find somewhere else to live, or refund your money.
  • You may cancel with no fees until you have paid. Once you have paid for your booking, the Cancellation Policy needs to be followed.
  • Top Questions
  • Rooms are shared. We offer beds in 2-person, 3-person or 4-person rooms.
    Residents are to share the furnished common areas respectfully.
  • Although we love all pets, we might have members with potential allergies, so, unfortunately, we can’t allow people to bring pets with them. We want to make sure everyone can be happy in their communal home.
  • We do allow couples and friends to stay with us, subject to available beds, and while ensuring there’s plenty of space for your needs and comfort. However, couples may be paired with other couples and or individuals. Please note that additional charges do apply.
  • You have plenty of flexible workspace options to suit your mood and your requirements for the day.
  • Our roommates are responsible, friendly, hard-working individuals who will respect your personal space and property.
  • Booking
  • We require a government-issued ID and that's it!
  • With prior approval from management, yes, early check-ins and late check-outs can be accommodated.
  • Yes, absolutely!
    Please contact management.
  • No.
  • We do not check your credit history. The main factors to be accepted into our community are honesty, transparency, and the purpose of your trip.
  • We do not take a security deposit, but rather charge a move-in fee.
  • Policies
  • Guests are never allowed, nor do we permit overnight guests. If this rule is broken, you will be asked to leave. Further, be aware that we can assume no liability for your guests or their possessions.
  • As this is essentially a working environment, our facilities aren’t baby-proofed or child-friendly. Having kids around can be a major distraction for other colivers and you. So, it’s a no.
  • We do not accept pets.
  • Of course. If a room is released and you want to move in, you will have the opportunity to pay the rent difference. We may also charge an additional room cleaning fee.
  • Smoking is strictly prohibited in any part of the building. That includes all private and communal rooms, hallways, balconies, etc. If you choose to smoke, please make sure you do so away from the building entrance, and please make sure you dispose of cigarette butts properly.
  • Yes. We will provide updated info once you have moved in.
  • Quiet hours are from 10 pm to 9 am, everyday. As with any shared housing scenario, the golden rule is to be respectful of others in your community and not wake them up or disturb them if they’re trying to have a quiet night.
  • Drinking inside is strictly prohibited in the house. You are free to do so in the outside communal areas. If you want to party, make sure you do that away from the property, please respect your fellow colivers and our neighbors.
  • Amenities
  • We recommend that you have renters insurance. Otherwise, the usual cost of your food, possessions, transit, etc., is your own.
    Storage lockers and parking are not provided.
  • The common areas come fully furnished. Bedrooms are furnished with a bed and mattress. You need to take your own sheets and whatever else you may need. You can add/remove any furniture with written approval.
  • No. But you have a kitchen that you can use anytime you want to prepare your food.
    There are grocery stores nearby for your convenience.
  • We provide housekeeping only for the common areas.
  • Nearby laundromats are readily available, but we do not provide on-site laundry services.
  • We do not offer this service ourselves, but you may book an airport pickup here: https://coliving.mozio.com
  • We offer additional room cleaning for fee.
  • You have access to a kitchen that you can use anytime you want to prepare your food.
    We ask that you clean up any mess you make during and after food preparation.
  • You have plenty of flexible workspace options to suit your mood and your requirement for the day.
  • Yes.
  • Yes, but it's limited. Only for some bags/luggage. No furniture.
  • Yes. The communal areas are cleaned once a week. Bedrooms are your responsibility.
  • Community
  • No
  • Varies month-to-month, but generally anywhere from 12-15 individuals per house.
  • Yes
  • Our housing network proudly embraces a diverse array of nationalities from all over the world. We are committed to providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for residents of various cultural backgrounds, ensuring a vibrant and enriching living experience.
  • 3-6 months
  • Safety
  • Even though we have been lucky that nothing has gone missing, we recommend all our members to keep their valuable belongings in their rooms. For extra precaution, buy a Renters Insurance in case of lost items and accidents.
  • All entry points are safeguarded with coded locks for enhanced security.
  • We take your safety very seriously. The last thing we want is to have a reputation for not being a safe place to stay. We screen both our staff and residents. Plus, you have people in the house practically 24 hours a day.
  • Our coliving home is in a perfectly safe neighborhood where you can walk by yourself in the evening without any problem.
  • Nearby
  • DTLA's restaurant scene is as diverse and dynamic as the city itself. From high-end dining experiences to casual street food, there’s something to satisfy every palate. Whether you’re in the mood for Italian, French, Mexican, or a fusion of flavors, DTLA's culinary landscape offers an exciting array of options to explore.

    Bestia
    Bestia is an industrial-chic, multi-regional Italian restaurant located in the Arts District. Renowned for its house-made charcuterie, wood-fired pizzas, and innovative pasta dishes, Bestia offers a vibrant dining experience with a focus on locally sourced ingredients.

    Bottega Louie
    A landmark in DTLA, Bottega Louie is known for its French patisserie, gourmet market, and bustling restaurant. The menu features a wide array of Italian-inspired dishes, from Neapolitan pizzas to pasta and elegant entrées. The beautiful space and exquisite desserts make it a favorite among locals and visitors alike.

    Grand Central Market
    A historic market hall that has been operating since 1917, Grand Central Market hosts a diverse array of food vendors. Visitors can enjoy everything from authentic Mexican tacos at Tacos Tumbras a Tomas, to delicious egg sandwiches at Eggslut, and savory ramen bowls at Ramen Hood. The market is a bustling hub of culinary diversity.

    The Original Pantry Cafe
    An iconic 24-hour diner, The Original Pantry Cafe has been serving hearty American breakfasts and comfort food since 1924. Known for its generous portions and classic diner vibe, it’s a great spot for a casual meal any time of day.

    Otium
    Situated next to The Broad museum, Otium offers a contemporary American menu crafted by Chef Timothy Hollingsworth. The restaurant emphasizes wood-fired cooking and features a seasonal menu with dishes designed for sharing, set in a modern space with an open kitchen.

    Perch
    Perch is a French-inspired rooftop bistro with stunning views of the DTLA skyline. The menu includes French classics such as steak frites and escargot, alongside creative cocktails. The lush rooftop garden and cozy fireplaces make it a perfect spot for evening dining or weekend brunch.

    Faith & Flower
    A stylish eatery with a focus on New American cuisine, Faith & Flower combines classic techniques with modern innovation. The menu features dishes like oxtail agnolotti and lamb meatballs, paired with an extensive wine list and craft cocktails in an elegant setting.

    Broken Spanish
    A modern Mexican restaurant that reinterprets traditional dishes with a contemporary twist, Broken Spanish is celebrated for its bold flavors and creative presentations. Signature dishes include tamales, ceviche, and roasted meats, all prepared with a commitment to high-quality ingredients.

    The NoMad Restaurant
    Located within the luxurious NoMad Hotel, The NoMad Restaurant offers an upscale dining experience with a menu inspired by the diverse culinary traditions of Los Angeles. Dishes like the famous roast chicken and hand-cut tagliatelle are served in an opulent, richly decorated space.

    Little Sister
    This Asian fusion restaurant blends the flavors of Southeast Asia with a modern twist. The menu includes small plates and larger shared dishes, such as pho, banh mi, and wok-fried noodles, all bursting with vibrant, bold flavors.
  • DTLA's robust public transportation network makes it easy to navigate the area and connect to other parts of Los Angeles and beyond. With options ranging from rail and bus systems to bike-sharing and ride-sharing services, residents and visitors have numerous convenient and affordable ways to get around.

    Metro Rail System

    DTLA is a major hub for Los Angeles County’s Metro Rail system, which consists of six color-coded lines:

    - Red Line: Connects DTLA with North Hollywood, passing through key locations like Union Station, Civic Center, and Hollywood.
    - Purple Line: Runs from Union Station through Koreatown to Wilshire/Western, primarily serving the Mid-Wilshire area.
    - Blue Line (A Line): Links DTLA with Long Beach, traveling through South LA and Watts.
    - Expo Line (E Line): Connects DTLA with Santa Monica, passing through USC, Culver City, and West LA.
    - Gold Line (L Line): Runs from East LA to Azusa, with stops in Pasadena, Little Tokyo, and Union Station.
    - Green Line (C Line): Serves the South Bay and connects with the Blue Line at Willowbrook/Rosa Parks Station.


    Metro Bus System

    Los Angeles has an extensive bus network managed by Metro. Key bus lines serving DTLA include:

    - Metro Rapid Lines: These red buses provide faster service with fewer stops. Key lines include the 720 (Wilshire Boulevard), 754 (Vermont Avenue), and 705 (La Cienega Boulevard).
    - Metro Local Lines: These orange buses make more frequent stops. Key lines include the 2 (Sunset Boulevard), 4 (Santa Monica Boulevard), and 20 (Wilshire Boulevard).


    DASH Buses

    The Downtown Area Short Hop (DASH) service, operated by LADOT, offers convenient and affordable transportation within DTLA. Key DASH routes include:

    - DASH A: Serves Little Tokyo, City West, and the Financial District.
    - DASH B: Connects Chinatown, the Jewelry District, and the Civic Center.
    - DASH D: Travels between Union Station, South Park, and the Fashion District.
    - DASH E: Covers the Arts District and the Fashion District.


    Metrolink

    Metrolink provides regional commuter rail service across Southern California, with Union Station in DTLA as the primary hub. Metrolink lines connect DTLA to neighboring counties, including Orange County, San Bernardino, Riverside, Ventura, and North San Diego.


    Amtrak

    Union Station is also a major hub for Amtrak, offering long-distance rail services that connect Los Angeles with other cities across the country. Key routes include the Pacific Surfliner (to San Diego), Coast Starlight (to Seattle), and Southwest Chief (to Chicago).


    Biking and Scooter Sharing

    DTLA has embraced micro-mobility options, with several bike-sharing and scooter-sharing programs available. Metro Bike Share offers bikes at numerous docking stations across DTLA. Scooter-sharing companies like Bird, Lime, and Spin provide electric scooters for short trips around the city.


    Ride-Sharing and Taxis

    Ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft are widely available in DTLA, offering convenient and flexible transportation options. Traditional taxis also operate throughout the area.


    Walking

    DTLA is increasingly pedestrian-friendly, with many attractions, restaurants, and shops within walking distance. The city has made significant efforts to improve sidewalks and pedestrian infrastructure.
  • Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the primary airport serving Los Angeles, located approximately 18 miles southwest of Downtown Los Angeles (DTLA).
  • We offer a rich blend of cultural, culinary, and recreational activities, making it a vibrant and dynamic area to explore. Whether you're interested in arts and entertainment, food and shopping, or simply enjoying the urban landscape, we have something for everyone.


    Iconic Landmarks

    - Walt Disney Concert Hall: Designed by Frank Gehry, this architectural marvel is home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic and hosts a variety of concerts and events.

    - The Broad Museum: A contemporary art museum featuring an extensive collection of postwar and contemporary art, including works by Andy Warhol and Jeff Koons.

    - Union Station: The main railway station in Los Angeles, renowned for its stunning Art Deco and Mission Revival architecture.


    Explore Cultural Attractions

    - Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA): Dedicated to contemporary art, MOCA offers a wide range of exhibitions and educational programs.

    - The Grammy Museum: Located in the L.A. LIVE complex, this museum explores the history and cultural impact of music through interactive exhibits and memorabilia.

    - Olvera Street: A historic area celebrating LA’s Mexican heritage, featuring traditional food, street vendors, and cultural events.


    Arts & Entertainment

    - Ahmanson Theatre: Part of the Los Angeles Music Center, it hosts major theatrical productions, including Broadway shows.

    - Staples Center: A multi-purpose arena hosting concerts, sports events, including home games for the Lakers, Clippers, and Kings.

    - The Theatre at Ace Hotel: A beautifully restored movie palace that now serves as a venue for concerts, film screenings, and live performances.


    Culinary Delights

    - Grand Central Market: A historic food hall with diverse food vendors offering everything from tacos and ramen to gourmet sandwiches and fresh produce.

    - Little Tokyo: A vibrant neighborhood offering authentic Japanese cuisine, cultural shops, and the Japanese American National Museum.

    - Fashion District: Not just for shopping, the area offers unique dining experiences in trendy cafes and food stalls.


    Shop & Stroll

    - The Last Bookstore: California’s largest new and used bookstore, also featuring vinyl records and art installations.

    - FIGat7th: A shopping and dining complex featuring popular retailers and eateries in an open-air environment.

    - Santee Alley: Located in the Fashion District, this bustling marketplace offers a wide variety of clothing, accessories, and more at bargain prices.


    Relax in Green Spaces

    - Grand Park: A large urban park with fountains, gardens, and a performance lawn, perfect for picnics and outdoor events.

    - Pershing Square: A historic public park hosting concerts, events, and an ice skating rink during the winter months.

    - Vista Hermosa Natural Park: Offering trails, picnic areas, and stunning views of the DTLA skyline.


    Nightlife

    - The Rooftop at The Standard: A popular rooftop bar offering panoramic views of the city, a pool, and a lively atmosphere.

    - Clifton’s Republic: A unique multi-level bar and dining experience with eclectic decor and themed rooms.

    - Perch: A rooftop bistro and bar providing stunning views of the city along with French-inspired cuisine and craft cocktails.


    Sports & Fitness

    - LA Live: A sports and entertainment district featuring the Microsoft Theater, Regal Cinemas, and numerous restaurants.

    - Echo Park: Nearby, offering pedal boats, walking trails, and a picturesque lake.

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community manager
Shane
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Trust & Safety at Coliving.com
At Coliving.com, the pillars of trust and safety are fundamental to our community's integrity. We are committed to fostering a secure and reliable environment for all members.
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Shane manages this listing in agreement with Coliving.com. Every property is vetted for quality, and hosts are pre-qualified to meet Coliving.com's standards. They are open to any questions anytime before and during your stay.
Joined in March 2024
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