Coverage of today's new take on communal urban living, from a look at the designers and developers bringing co-living spaces to our cities to the cultural and financial impact of the lifestyle.
What to know about buying a co-op apartment in Seattle
Homebuying in Seattle can be tricky, no matter the housing type. What’s a co-op—and could cooperative living be for you?
Losing a home you’ve already left
Family dinners, backyard chickens, and unrequited love defined my years at a Brooklyn commune.
An ode to the punk house
For the right kind of person, the punk house is its own utopia.
Coming of age in cohousing
Growing up communally brings exposure to the world of adults—and lessons in interdependence.
Aging in place—with someone else
Can multigenerational home-sharing solve LA’s affordability crisis?
The sorority in the skyscraper
A 1929 "residence and clubhouse" for young professional women offered affordable housing—and community.
A new use for the spare room
Home-share programs match two generations facing higher rates of loneliness and unaffordable housing costs.
Living with roommates: An illustrated guide
In 2007, I moved out of my parents’ place to go to university. In the 12 years since, I’ve had 26 roommates.
I lived in a Tokyo coworking space
Sleeping where I worked blurred my work-life boundaries.