Coliving in Brooklyn

Move into one of our beautiful shared houses in the world’s most vibrant melting pot. These coliving spaces are the perfect home for expats, young professionals, interns. Choose from beautiful shared spaces with private bedrooms across Bed-Stuy and Crown Heights with everything included.

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The world’s most vibrant melting pot, bursting with rich culture and incredible vibes. Brooklyn is known for its diverse neighborhoods, historic architecture, and cultural institutions, such as the Brooklyn Museum and the Brooklyn Academy of Music. An extremely popular area of New York, Brooklyn is home to numerous parks, beaches, and waterfront attractions, including Coney Island and Brooklyn Bridge Park.

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BertilleJoined in January 2022
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Originally from France, Bertille has traveled and lived all over the globe, settling in NY to grow the Cohabs community in the Big Apple. She’ll happily help you find your dream home in NY!
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New-York community

At Cohabs, we believe in bringing people together and creating meaningful connections. Our international community is composed of expats as well as locals coming from all over the world. Today, we've had over 3000 people stay with us and become a part of our thriving community.
Average age28
Average stay11 months
Gender ratio55 ♂ / 45 ♀

Coliving in Brooklyn

Brooklyn is one of the world’s most vibrant melting pots, bursting with rich culture and incredible vibes. It is known for its diverse neighborhoods, historic architecture, and cultural institutions, such as the Brooklyn Museum and the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Additionally, Brooklyn is home to numerous parks, beaches, and waterfront attractions, including Coney Island and Brooklyn Bridge Park. The population is made up of a variety of people from different backgrounds and each person brings their own unique touch to the borough. This colorful and at times complex place can be overwhelming without the right home base. This is why coliving in Brooklyn is the solution; access to a wonderful community with new friends and fantastic support, as well as a private room with plenty of shared spaces for building new memories.

Why choose coliving in Brooklyn?

If you're in search of affordable, communal living spaces in the vibrant neighborhoods of Brooklyn, coliving might be the perfect solution for you. Coliving in Brooklyn offers shared apartments for rent with furnished rooms and flexible lease options. Whether you're planning a short stay or looking for a long-term home, coliving provides all-inclusive rent costs and a hassle-free move-in experience. Completely cut out the stress and planning of moving to a new city and finding a home.

Cohabs New York gives you a wonderful community to plug into, perfect for people new to the city. Cohabs creates a unique coliving experience that focuses on the community, sustainability, and creating memorable moments that you'll carry with you for the rest of your life. What more could you ask for?

Explore the neighborhood

Brooklyn, another of New York City's five boroughs, offers its own unique blend of culture, history, and attractions. While there are numerous sites to explore, here are three highlights that offer a glimpse into the essence of Brooklyn:

Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge is not only a marvel of engineering but also a symbol of New York City itself. Completed in 1883, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world at the time. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll or bike ride across the bridge, enjoying breathtaking views of the East River, the Manhattan skyline, and the Statue of Liberty. The bridge's Gothic-style architecture, with its massive granite towers and delicate steel cables, is a testament to 19th-century design and innovation. The bridge is beautifully illuminated at night, making it a popular spot for photographers.

Coney Island

Coney Island is a world-famous seaside destination with a rich history dating back to the late 19th century. Its iconic boardwalk, amusement parks, and sandy beaches have made it a beloved spot for generations of New Yorkers and tourists alike. Luna Park and Deno's Wonder Wheel Amusement Park offer thrilling rides and games, while the historic Coney Island Cyclone roller coaster is a must-try for adrenaline junkies. Strolling along the boardwalk, enjoying cotton candy and hot dogs, and taking a dip in the Atlantic Ocean are timeless Coney Island traditions. Don't miss a visit to Nathan's Famous, where you can savor their renowned hot dogs.


Williamsburg is a neighborhood that has undergone a dramatic transformation in recent years. Once an industrial area, it has become a mecca for creativity and culture. The neighborhood is famous for its thriving arts scene, with numerous galleries, street art murals, and independent theaters. Bedford Avenue is a central thoroughfare lined with unique boutiques, vintage shops, and artisanal stores. Williamsburg's dining scene is equally eclectic, offering everything from gourmet restaurants to food trucks. At night, the neighborhood comes alive with its lively bars, live music venues, and trendy nightclubs, making it a hotspot for nightlife enthusiasts. These highlights showcase the diverse and vibrant character of Brooklyn, making it a dynamic destination for visitors with a wide range of interests.

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