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Haven Co-living

The Co-living community of Haven Coliving is located near the beach in Los Angeles. It offers furnished, shared housing to the public with a focus on health and wellness. With two locations in Venice, both of which are near the beach, Haven has eight residences with over one hundred residents. Live in the most desirable area of the city in a lovely home. In Haven Coliving, you will grow, bond, create memories, and strive to make the world a better place. Personal growth is critical.

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11 reviews
  • Sean Guderian
    Sean Guderian
    a week ago

    I would stay far away from here. I lived here for 9 months. While the people living here are extremely nice, basically everything else is terrible. We often described the place as a “purgatory”. There are cameras watching you do everything. Often the house manager will post in the group chat and ridicule an individual with this sort of burn the witch mentality. They never gave back my (or my friends) $500 deposit. After multiple attempts to contact the only way they even responded was when I sent an official threat to sue. They played it off like nothing and then promised to pay but, as you’d expect if you knew them, they immediately cut contact and didn’t pay. I would say the only reason to live here is if you like wasting your money and being surrounded by bad vibes. Other than that, look elsewhere.

  • James Chen
    James Chen
    9 months ago

    The locations are both very close to the beach. All you see is beautifully interiored and the equipment is the best. The bathrooms are gorgeous and the people are too. It's quiet and the pods have lights, plugs, and shelves. The mattresses are very comfortable. I highly recommend Haven! The only problems I had was a lot of gossip that gave me real problems.

  • Joshua W. Luper
    Joshua W. Luper
    5 months ago

    RUN AWAY!! Current occupant, here. This place was not meant to house 94 people. The back houses have 10 people living in the same area in boxes, so if one person gets sick, everybody does. Place is poorly managed and is NOT in 'pristine condition.' We had rats for a period of time. Also, the contract and the owner of Haven are sketchy.

  • Libera Buxkemper
    Libera Buxkemper
    9 months ago

    Scammers. They make you fill out application and charge application fee then no reply if I was accepted or denied. I’ve been contacting the manager James Foster. He sent me an email that do not replay. And he stopped responding to me. Poor way to collect money

  • Pat
    2 years ago

    I have entirely enjoyed my stay at Haven. I have made so many new friends. The atmosphere is very supportive and conducive to personal growth.

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2.0 out of 5.0
Service 1.0
Value for Money 1.0
Location 5.0
Cleanliness 1.0
  • BS
    November 26, 2023 at 5:40 pm

    Haven is overrun with a rodent infestation reminiscent of a third-world slum. The management, in their grand wisdom, took a leisurely two months to acknowledge the stench of rat excrement after members had already raised concerns. Kudos to the in-house management team (Henry, Dayna, James) for their stellar efforts, but alas, the owners of Haven seem to possess the awareness of a rock when it comes to the brand they feebly attempt to peddle to people.

    The wellness aspect, supposedly the cornerstone of this decrepit establishment, is propped up by a pitifully small cadre of hardworking individuals who adhere to the principles more faithfully than the oblivious owners. It’s not out of any genuine enthusiasm from the ownership to champion these ideals but rather because a select few staff members take it upon themselves to salvage the sinking ship.

    Without the valiant endeavors of a handful of members striving to maintain a semblance of decency, this place would be a complete and utter dump—courtesy of the owners’ neglect. Surprise, surprise—they rarely grace the property with their esteemed presence unless absolutely compelled. They’re more interested in counting their ill-gotten gains than ensuring the place adheres to the purported mission statement of being a “purpose-driven wellness coliving community.”

    What was once a haven has devolved into a haven for the spiritually apathetic and financially desperate. The screening process, if it even exists, has become a joke, allowing all manner of creeps, druggies, and psychopaths to slither in. In its heyday, Haven might have been something special, but now it’s nothing more than a dilapidated facade of its former self. The owners have made it abundantly clear that their primary concern is maximizing profits, not aligning their business with the laughable mission statement they tout: “Haven is a purpose-driven wellness coliving community.”

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