FORBES.COM | 1.10.20
Inclusivity Is At The Root Of LA’s First Co-Living Community
In the spring of 2019, Jade Brandais, the Los Angeles-based founder of Renge, a professional networking app, was searching for an apartment building that would give her the same community feeling she had experienced as a member of WeWork. Although co-working spaces are abundant in LA, co-living facilities aren’t as common.
GLOBEST.COM | 7.26.19
First Ground-Up Co-Living Project Comes to L.A.
Co-living brand Treehouse is breaking ground on a large-scale co-living concept in Hollywood, eponymously named Treehouse Hollywood. The project is the first ground-up, large-scale co-living concept in the market, which has been plagued by a housing shortage.
CURBED | 3.12.19
Here are the hip co-living apartments under construction in Hollywood
Treehouse tenants will will spend a lot of time together—communal amenities will include a library, a dining hall-style eating area, and a cafe that is free for residents—but with safeguards for personal space.
URBANIZE.LA | 1.18.18
Co-Living Development Now Under Construction in Hollywood
Treehouse, a Los Angeles-based startup, has broken ground on what is billed as the nation’s first ground-up co-living community in Hollywood.
BISNOW | 1.28.18
Co-Living Project To Make Los Angeles A Little Less Lonely Place
Standing on the rooftop balcony of a neighboring apartment, Prophet Walker looks at his under-construction development below in Hollywood & sees what he believes is the future of multifamily living.
HOLLYWOOD REPORTER | 6.18.18
Meet the Activist Who’s Bringing the Co-Living Trend to Hollywood
Not all of Hollywood’s residential development projects are targeting the well-heeled. Come December, the doors to Treehouse, L.A.’s first co-living facility — where residents inhabit private quarters but share common living spaces, such as a kitchen and living room — will open on Carlton Way just south of Hollywood Boulevard.