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Do Millennials want to live in dorms? Really?

The Atlantic wonders if college years live on after graduation

Is "coliving" a thing? According to an article in The Atlantic, the latest solution to Millennial housing needs goes back to college: dorm living. Though of course, it's being called something else.

From The Atlantic:

Commonspace … will feature 21 microunits, which each pack a tiny kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, and living space into 300-square-feet. The microunits surround shared common areas including a chef’s kitchen, a game room, and a TV room.

“We’re trying to combine an affordable apartment with this community style of living, rather than living by yourself in a one-bedroom in the suburbs,” said Troy Evans, who opened the space, CoWorks, and is taking the idea a step further. 

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