Coliving and private apartments in the San Francisco Bay Area





What is Coliving?

Coliving, also known as shared living, makes San Francisco—a city known as much for its sky-high rent as its stunning views and vibrant culture—a more attainable home base. Whether you’re in a private room or a stunning apartment, you’ll have access to all kinds of shared amenities that are usually reserved for high-end spots.

Coliving homes available In San Francisco

With the best coliving San Francisco offers, you’ll discover a world of new lifestyle possibilities — and you don’t even have to compromise on comfort, style, or location. Wherever you need to be, there’s a Common home waiting for you.

Frequently asked questions

What is San Francisco known for?

As one of America’s most open and progressive cities, San Francisco has plenty to be proud of. SF has long been a welcoming place, and you’ll feel this legacy when exploring neighborhoods like the old hippie headquarters of Haight Ashbury or the historically LGBTQ-friendly Castro District. The most iconic San Francisco monuments are the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz (as long as you can see them from your coliving space and the city’s infamous fog).

What is the transportation in San Francisco?

For tenants, San Fran is a relatively walkable city, but if you grow tired of the never-ending hills while staying in a coliving space, as a resident, you have several public transit options. For shorter trips, there are city buses and atmospheric trolley cars to shuttle you around. For transportation throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, you can take the ferry or BART—the six-line metro system that connects SF with Oakland, San Jose, and the airport. Taxis and ride-sharing services fill in any gaps in public transit, so you can thrive while staying in one of the coliving spaces in San Francisco with or without a car.

What are some fun things to do in San Francisco?

It may be touristy, but an afternoon down at Fisherman’s Wharf offers an opportunity to sample fresh seafood and local history (not to mention a hearty helping of people-watching). Golden Gate Park is another well-known spot that’s worth your while, with a Japanese garden, a museum, an aquarium, and the gorgeous Conservatory of Flowers. After the sun goes down, while you’re staying in one of the common spaces in the area, check out Valencia Street for a night on the town, or hit the Orpheum to see touring Broadway shows.

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Learn More About Coliving In San Francisco

When looking at destinations for shared living, SF should be at the top of your list. This city boasts enough events, festivals, galleries, eateries, and watering holes to keep you busy for life—find out about them here first.