Whats a Co-Living? Discover a New Way to Live and Travel

Coliving refers to a modern housing concept where individuals or small groups live together in shared spaces, typically in urban areas. It blends aspects of traditional communal living, such as shared kitchens and common areas, with the privacy and independence of individual bedrooms or living quarters.


Residents share common areas such as kitchens, living rooms, and sometimes bathrooms. These spaces are often designed to foster interaction and collaboration among residents.

Despite shared common areas, residents usually have their own private bedrooms or living quarters. This provides a balance between communal living and personal space.

Coliving emphasizes community-building and networking among residents. Many coliving spaces organize social events, workshops, and activities to encourage interaction and collaboration. Coliving arrangements often offer flexible lease terms, allowing residents to stay for short or long periods based on their needs. This flexibility appeals to digital nomads, freelancers, and young professionals who value mobility.

Coliving spaces often come with amenities such as high-speed internet, cleaning services, utilities, and sometimes even meals. These amenities aim to simplify residents' lives and enhance their overall experience.

While prices vary depending on location and amenities, coliving can be more affordable than renting a traditional apartment, especially in expensive urban areas where housing costs are high.

Nine Coliving

Nine Coliving

Nine Coliving is a coworking and coliving space located in the La Orotava area (in the north of Tenerife). The main services it offers include high-speed Internet, single or shared rooms for up to four people and recreational activities (such as yoga lessons or barbecues) in order to foster a sense of community.

Coliving is popular among millennials and young professionals seeking affordable and social living arrangements, as well as among digital nomads who value the flexibility to live and work in different locations without the hassle of long-term leases. Additionally, coliving spaces often cater to specific communities or interests, such as entrepreneurs, artists, or wellness enthusiasts, creating niche environments that appeal to diverse lifestyles and preferences.