Variety Different types of coliving for renters
Full building private apartment coliving
These are typically 30-90 unit buildings. A unit is defined as a studio room or a 1 bedroom, hall, kitchen set up fully furnished with basic furniture and appliances. These places are ideal for people looking for privacy and community living both. Here are pics for one such setup. This setup is ideal for a couple who want privacy and don’t want to live alone.
Full building shared apartment coliving
These are typically 3-10 units of 2/3bhks in a single building in which you can take a single private room or one bed in a double sharing room. Still, the full building is dedicated to living having some common space like a terrace or community hall. This is ideal for living alone in the new city but don’t want to stay alone. Here are the pics of one such setup to give you an idea.
Independent villa/flat shared coliving
These are typically individual units of 3/4bhks in an independent building. You can take a single private room or one bed in a double sharing room; the independent building is dedicated living; it's more like a private shared house without gender restrictions. This is ideal for living alone in the new city but don’t want to stay alone. Here are the pics of one such setup to give you an idea.
Full building-integrated shared and private coliving
These are typically full buildings comprising units ranging from 1 - 3 bhks. You can take a complete 1bhk unit or a single private room or one bed in a double sharing room in 2/ 3 bhk; the independent building is dedicated to living together or separately. This is ideal for people living alone in the new city but doesn’t want to stay alone and without any restrictions on the lifestyle. The setup can be any of the ones shown above.
Peter Fabor explains 8 different types of coliving, expanding on the different structures here.