Simple and Social

As Co-Living Housing Takes off, Teams Must Tweak Plans on the Fly

Organizations are building a new housing market segment: co-living. Catering to urban and mostly young single professionals, co-living facilities offer a modern take on boarding houses. Residents share spaces like kitchens, lounges and work areas while having their own private bedrooms and bathrooms. Co-living organizations say they offer a sense of community while removing all the logistical work of moving into and caring for one's own home.
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