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Communal Living

If none of San Francisco's individual rental options look appealing, you can also try to join a nouveau commune - if you're under 30 and are a tech entrepreneur. The Chron reports on over a dozen mansions in the Bay Area being leased to groups of young entrepreneurs and run as communal living spaces. These are not your parents' free-love hippie communes. Amenities can include yoga rooms, bowling alleys, art spaces, 3-D printers, and large "family" dinners. Logistics are settled via Facebook, Splitwise, Groupme, and rent is paid with money-sending app Dwolla. [SF Gate]