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Finding coliving accommodation in Paris 


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Coliving is a way of living that has been spreading in France for a few years. Coming from the United States, it straddles the line between shared accommodation and aparthotels. More advantageous than the aparthotel, but often less than shared accommodation, co-living generally offers an individual living space (a bedroom and a bathroom, sometimes a kitchen) and collective spaces and services (living rooms, coworking , gym, library, laundry, internet, streaming platforms, etc.). It is also organized around common values ​​and interests (ecology, way of life, professional activity, etc.). 



Paris, the most expensive city in France


Paris, the capital of France, has a dynamism and attractiveness that has nothing to envy to the world’s largest megacities. It is the largest college town in Europe. It was recently ranked 2nd among the most pleasant cities to study in,  behind Montreal. The charm of the city, the cultural richness with its 2 operas and 18 national museums, the nightlife, diversity of students and employment prospects make it an extremely attractive city for students. It has all the services and infrastructures needed to live a pleasant student life. It is easy to find sports halls, libraries, associations... Student life in Paris is particularly lively. There are many advantages and discounts accessible with the student status, whether the museum, cinema, transportation… The city of Paris is made in such a way that it’s easy to travel from one end to another thanks to an extensive transport network. 

Paris is a very popular student city for young people looking for success.

Paris has twenty districts that are separated by the Seine, divided into two banks. The right bank and the left bank. It has a surface area of 105 kilometers and a population of 2.2 million within the city limits and nearly 12 million including the surrounding areas.




There are few coliving announcements, it is rather a not very common way of living in Paris



We quite rarely find coliving announcements in Paris. If you are looking for accommodation in this category, we recommend that you start your search way before your arrival on site. As in many cities in France, Paris has few accommodations designed for coliving.


Furthermore, it is important to keep in mind that the market in Paris is tense: we count approximately 4 times more demand than offer.


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Integrating a coliving is a good idea for a person who does not wish to live alone, but to maintain their privacy. The opportunity to be independent, while sharing your daily life and activities with other members. In Paris, 15% of the accommodations available for rent are co-living or shared accommodation.



What surface for my personal space in collective housing in Paris? 



As you will have understood, shared accommodation and co-living accommodation have some similarities! Regarding the surface, it often happens that co-living accommodation is in large apartments or houses. It is therefore rare for colivings to be T3, they are often T4. The average surface area of ​​a coliving house available in Paris measures approximately 83sq.m. They represent 2% of parisians housing .



How much rent for a coliving or a roommate in Paris? 



For a personal space in a co-living room or a room in a shared apartment in Paris, expect more or less 750€/month.


Obviously, the more the accommodation is recent, offers comfort and equipment, the more the rent budget increases. It is necessary to take into account the layout and the surface of the property.

A coliving will generally cost more than a classic shared apartment, since the rooms are generally equipped with an individual bathroom and sometimes even a kitchen area. You also have to consider the quality of the furniture.


A few tips before you start your coliving research in Paris


Coliving is still a very new type of accommodation in France, for this reason it can sometimes be difficult to find it. We recommend that you broaden your search to other categories of accommodation, such as shared accommodation for example.

If you are a new resident, take the time to identify the places you visit most often, to choose your ideal location and be sure to discover Paris  in the best conditions.


Paris Intramuros, always a success


Most of the tenants looking for a place to live in Paris are looking in the capital itself. Tenants look in the arrondissements located in the center of Paris near well-known sites. These districts account for slightly less than 50% of all searches for housing in Paris Intramuros. Conversely, the arrondissements that interest tenants the least are located in the north of Paris, as well as the arrondissements in the hypercenter of the capital where rents are higher. 




The outer suburbs are gaining in popularity


Many tenants are choosing to live outside of Paris because the prices are more attractive and sometimes the housing is closer to their place of work or study.

With housing being excessively expensive within Paris, the alternative of the suburbs that make up the greater Paris area can be a solution. Perfect for a family wanting a larger space. The surrounding cities are just as welcoming and allow you to enjoy the advantages of the capital without the disadvantages. The cost of living in Paris is very high. Real estate prices are 88% more expensive than in the rest of France on average. 

Departments such as Hauts-de-Seine, Seine-St-Denis are thus popular. Conversely, the departments least sought after by students in Ile-de-France are Val d'Oise and Seine-et-Marne with less than 5% of requests.




The coliving lease contract, how does it work?



Because of its very recent arrival, coliving is still poorly regulated in French law. In fact, co-living accommodation is often rented as furnished, on a mobility lease or even as a hostel accommodation.



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Frequently asked questions

What is the average rent for student accommodation in Paris?

For the most part, students looking for student accommodation in Paris are looking for studios from € 1043 to € 1143

What type of accommodation should you choose to stay in Paris?

Students looking for student accommodation in Paris outside the family home are looking primarily for a studio with an average rent of € 1093 or a T1, a one-room apartment, with a average rent of € 1710. Shared accommodation is also in great demand, since it is the cheapest solution to obtain a more spacious and comfortable student apartment in Paris.

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The average price is 1093€ for studios and 2409€ for 2 rooms in Paris.

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