welcome to treehouse.
Yi Fu Tuan said, “Place is security and Space is Freedom”. Treehouse blends the two, offering a place that is warm, inviting, diverse and inclusive, with the freedom of space, space to explore, space to reflect, space to create, space to connect.
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how do i apply?
how does the application process work?
However, if you already know you’d like to move in and are ready to apply before your tour, please apply here!
Once submitted, all applications are reviewed by existing residents who volunteer for the community review board. Approved applicants will be invited to meet with potential flatmates. You pick who you live with!
what is co-living?
how much is rent?
We have four different kinds of units at Treehouse Hollywood:
Maple – Studio with a queen bed and private patio. Base rent starts at $2,789.
Redwood – Flat with a queen bed, extra large windows, more storage space, and often a balcony. Includes a private bathroom, extensive sound proofing, and an individual thermostat. Kitchen shared with a few flatmates. Base rent starts at $1,975.
Cedar – Flat with a full bed on a higher floor. Includes a private bathroom, extensive sound proofing, and an individual thermostat. Kitchen shared with a few flatmates. Base rent starts at $1,812.
Oak – Flat with a full bed on a lower floor. Includes a private bathroom, extensive sound proofing, and an individual thermostat. Kitchen shared with a few flatmates. Base rent starts at $1,715.
In addition to the base rent, the rent at Treehouse also includes a $210 per-person monthly community fee which covers all utilities, WiFi, furniture, dinner every Sunday, and events. Please see the <a href=”/about/”>about page</a> or the community fee FAQ for more info.
how does the community fee work?
The community fee is part of the rent and is set to match what most individuals spend on utilities, WiFi, and furniture in a traditional apartment each month, but offers residents much more. The community fee also covers dinner every Sunday, free yoga, speaker series, and other events to bring the community together. Each person more than five years old needs to pay the $210 community fee each month. See the about page for more info on what’s included at Treehouse.
how much is the security deposit?
One month’s rent on approved credit. We also give residents the option to purchase security deposit insurance through Jetty instead, which is significantly less money up front (typically 20% of the security deposit amount) but is non-refundable. Apply now.
how do I pay?
– Direct deposit (online, option for automatic billing)
– Credit card (3.5% fee, online, option for automatic billing)
– Cashier’s check or money order (by mail)
when do I pay?
1st of each month
what is due upon signing my lease?
– Security deposit
– First month’s rent which will be prorated relative to your move-in day
how long is the lease?
Leases are at least 1 year. We believe that building and nurturing a community takes time.
is it a single house that people share?
No – it is an apartment building where residents can rent a studio or a flat with a private bedroom, private bathroom, and a shared kitchen.
what types of units do you offer?
We have both studios and several kinds of flats, see the building page for more information.
will I hear my flatmate from their room?
No, all flats have extensive soundproofing between bedrooms.
does the furniture in my room include a TV?
No. We didn’t put TVs in the bedrooms by default because there is a lot of evidence that it’s not good for our sleep, love lives, or general happiness. However, all bedroom walls are ready for a TV to be installed. We’re happy to mount your TV for a nominal price.
how many people to a bedroom?
Most of our bedrooms are designed for one. Some bedrooms are designed for two, with extra closet space and a queen sized bed that is easy to get into from both sides. Children are never limited.
what is provided in the kitchen?
We will be providing everything you need other than the food and the cooking talent. See below for a list of what is included.
– Serving utensils
– Appliances (including dishwasher)
do you have storage?
We have small storage units available in the building for a nominal fee. We have also negotiated discounts with a few storage providers if you want something larger.
can I receive mail & packages?
Yes, there are package lockers on the side of the building. Deliveries will be placed within a locker and residents will be texted a code to retrieve their package out of the locked locker. If a package needs a signature, you’ll need to sign for it yourself.
do you have parking?
Monthly parking is available starting at $150 per month.
do you have bike parking?
do you have wi-fi?
Yes, we have high-speed WiFi all over the building. There are also active Ethernet ports in each room.
which common spaces can be reserved?
Residents can reserve the living room, recording studio, stations within the artist studio, two of the private tables in the community dining room, the rooftop BBQs, and the movie screen on the rooftop. Click here to learn more about all the common spaces at Treehouse Hollywood.
are there curfews?
No, but we like to respect people’s sleeping hours. Flatmates can agree upon their own personal quiet times within their flat.
is there a laundry room on site?
Yes, we have a communal laundry room where laundry is freeeee!
are pets allowed?
Yes, as long as your flatmates agree. There is an additional pet deposit of $800 and monthly pet rent of $50.
can I apply with a friend, partner and/or child?
can I pick my own flatmates?
Absolutely! We host gatherings for all incoming residents to meet one another and pick their flatmates.
If you are applying with friends, a partner, or family members please make sure to list their name(s) on your application.
am I responsible if my flatmate does not pay their rent?
am I responsible if my flatmate has to move out?
can I pick my own living space?
Yes, you can choose from a variety of different options depending on your preferences and availability.
does Treehouse provide cleaning services?
Yes, we clean the shared kitchens in the flats every two weeks. You can also schedule our team to come and clean your studio, bedroom, or kitchen any other time for a nominal fee.
who takes care of cleaning the common areas around the Treehouse?
We do! We clean all the nooks and crannies in the communal spaces free of charge.
However, Treehouse residents are required to clean up their own messes after using communal spaces.
does Treehouse have an app?
what about maintenance?
We’ll take care of it! Residents can make a request as well as the track the status of that request through the Treehouse app.
can I throw my own event in the common space?
Yes, this is your home!
Residents work directly with the onsite community manager to collaborate on events or host their own private events throughout the House.
Private events hosting 8 people or more require written notice in advance.
Contact us for more information.
can my friends come to events?
Some events are residents only, but many are open to friends and family.
how do I partner and work with TH?
We are open to working with people on events, interesting local businesses, and developers who want to help us build more Treehouses. Contact us here
what is your pet policy?
In general, pets are allowed as long as the people you share a kitchen with approve it. In addition:
There is a refundable pet deposit of $800 and monthly pet rent of $50 for dogs and cats.
There is no size limit on dogs in studio units. In flats dogs must be under 40 pounds.
There is a total limit of 15 dogs and/or cats in the building. In addition, no more than five units in the building may have dogs and/or cats. As of today, those limits have not been reached.
Cats are not allowed in any building common areas. Dogs are allowed only in the outdoor shared spaces and in the cafe.
Pets other than dogs and cats are allowed, as long as the people you share space with are ok with the pet.