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Top 21 Co-living places in London for great networking

Co-living spaces are emerging as a more viable, more affordable way of living compared to renting apartments. Co-living presents an opportunity for you to build a social network and connect with different people. For many, co-living has become a lifestyle. Something they’d do over and over again, like Fernando, the #1 SEO consultant and digital nomad in London.

In London, there’s a new crop of numerous well designed, super clean, flexible, stylish, and homely co-living spaces. Have you been out in search of a place to stay or work from?

Here are some pretty hot 21 co-living spaces in London for networking that you should check out.

  1. Vonder

    Vonder - Co-living places in LondonVonder is a well-known co-living space owner with places, not only in London but also in other European cities like Berlin. Their flats are beautifully furnished, and they tend to have plenty of networking events happening like language classes, pop-up tattoo shops, Pilates, and many more.

  2. Fizzy Living

    fizzy living LondonAre you a pet owner who loves to travel? The good thing about Fizzy Living co-living spaces is that they have many apartments spread across London, and they allow you to move in with your cat or your dog. Their spaces are pet-friendly, which makes it the perfect place for you and your furry buddy to make new friends living with other pet lovers.

  3. Urban Shared, Wimbledon

    If you want to live in a co-living space but yet still enjoy exquisite luxury, then you will love the Urban Shared in a Wimbledon co-living apartment. It’s a four double bedroom apartment with two beautiful shared bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen, and two reception rooms.

  4. Noiascape

    Don’t mind living only at a bare minimum? If yes, the Noiascape co-living space is the right place for you. This is simply a place where you move in, settle down and start living. It is characterized by a lot of simplicity with plenty of birch plywood furniture, open common areas with lots of natural light, and interconnected pathways to encourage interaction.

  5. The Collective in Canary Wharf

    the collective canary wharfThe best thing about Canary Wharf is that it is strategically located close to the city, making it ideal for someone who would value transport accessibility. It is a professional space designed with the ordinary student or freelancer in mind. On top of fantastic work facilities and speedy WiFi throughout the building, you’ll also get to play – head to the playroom for a round of table tennis or the fancy swimming pool on the 20th floor with a smashing view over London.

  6. Lyvly

    lyvly - Co-living places in LondonWant to bring some excitement to your life? The Lyvly co-living establishment is one where there’s never a shortage of social events for networking. From house dinners to game nights, you’ll always be spoilt for choice sharing this space with other likeminded individuals.

  7. Urban Shared, Thornton

    Create lifelong bonds and friendships in this serene, stylish, and glamorous six-bedroom apartment. With amenities like outdoor living, a large chef’s kitchen, and two luxury bathrooms, this is certainly a co-living place anyone would be happy to live in.

  8. Pollen Co-Living, Ivor Grove

    pollen - co living spaces LondonPollen Co-living has up to four different co-living locations in the South East of London. They are all well-designed, fully furnished homes meant to give you a taste of what modern living is all about. It’s ideal for young professionals, business owners, and innovators looking to share a space and live and work together harmoniously.

  9. Domi Living

    Domi LivingA relatively new space, Domi living is a breathtaking co-living apartment with a large cosy living room, huge kitchen, and ensuite bedrooms. If you are looking for an affordable yet decent shared place to live in London, you will love Domi living.

  10. LifeX

    lifex colivingLifeX is no newcomer when it comes to finding shared living spaces in other countries like Paris. The good news is that they’ve made their debut in London too. LifeX co-living spaces can accommodate four to eight people at a time. They offer high-quality services at an impressively affordable rate.

  11. Norn

    norn colivingThe closest thing you will find to enjoying unlimited social time is in the Norn co-living space. They seem very intentional in creating a space that encourages plenty of interaction. Here you can develop a strong social network and meet all kinds of new people.

  12. Pollen Co-living, Bowmead

    Kitchen granite tops, a large range dual fuel cooker, breakfast bar, a garden, and a spacious co-working area are only a few of the things characteristic of the Bowmead co-living space by Pollen. Here, you can focus on your work in a beautiful, serene place that you can also call home.

  13. The Italian building-Mason&FifthMason&Fifth

    Offering deluxe accommodation services and quiet relaxing surroundings, the recently opened Mason & Fifth is a modern co-living place with plenty of indoor greenery and state of the art facilities for the city life enthusiast.

  14. The Old Oak by The Collective

    Looking for a place to stay long term? If yes, then The Old Oak is a place you should certainly consider. Located on the west side of London, this co-living space offers unique experiences like kayaking and film nights on the roof terrace.

  15. Roam, Chelsea

    Offering plenty of flexibility, Roam is the best-shared place for you to live if you like having constant access to parks, cultural institutions, cafes, restaurants and shops in Chelsea.

  16. Urban Shared-Tourney

    If you are looking for something small and intimate, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom flat is precisely where you need to stay. It is conveniently located five minutes from Fulham Broadway Tube which makes transportation a breeze.

  17. Gravity co-living, Finsbury Park

    gravity london co livingFriendly and peaceful come to mind when you see this Victorian-style shared living villa. Spend time breathing fresh air in the lush exteriors or hang out with friends inside over drinks in the spacious living area. Community is what Gravity co-living, Finsbury Park wants you to cultivate.

  18. Pollen-56 Callander Road by

    When you see a co-living space by Pollen, you can expect nothing short of the best. The 56 Callander Road boutique house is characterised by stress-free living where you have access to a fully furnished apartment with everything you can find in a traditional home.

  19. UrbanShared, Clapham

    The good thing about this co-living space is that you can walk or travel a short distance before gaining access to coffee shops, food outlets, and other social amenities. This is a five double bedroom house with a private garden, two bathrooms and a spacious living area.

  20. Pollen-50 Nelgrade Road

    Scared of the exorbitant price tags? Then how about you move into the 50 Nelgrade road co-living space by Pollen. Here, you have six bedrooms to choose from. Enjoy other conveniences like a large, fully equipped kitchen and modern appliances to make a shared life easier.

  21. Stephendale-UrbanShared

    Value for money is what you get when you move into the Stephendale co-living space. It is fully furnished and suitably located near major shopping and transportation links.

Also Read: 10 Best Co-working Spaces in London for Freelancers

Co-living housing offers a cheaper and fun way of enjoying life to professionals who look to combine living, working and networking. No more having to worry about cleaning, paying utility bills, buying furniture, and so on. Here, all you have to do is pay your subsidized rent and leave the rest to the concerned parties. Start co-living now and make new friends, business partners or clients.

Manuela Willbold
Manuela Willbold
Blogger and Educator by Passion | Contributor to many Business Blogs in the United Kingdom | Fascinated to Write Blogs in News & Education I have completed a journalism summer course at the London School of Journalism and manage various blogs.

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