Items Tagged with 'Co-living'

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  • European co-living company Quarters raises $300 million for substantial U.S. expansion

    Plan to develop 1,300 new co-living units in the next three years
    Whether it’s because they’re attracted to communal, dormitory-style living or because that’s all they can afford these days, Millennials and other younger generations are increasingly turning to co-living as a housing option. The idea has taken off in recent years, with several different companies beginning to expand on the idea of shared living. And now, one of Europe’s largest co-living developers is planning to make a big push in the U.S.
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  • WSJ: Millennials are opting for all-in-one co-living situations

    Co-living is gaining popularity and increasing the scope of its services, and it seems to be a hit
    Co-living properties are growing in popularity and scope. According to a feature by Christopher Mims in The Wall Street Journal, communities that plan out residents’ social lives and take care of all the little time-wasting adult annoyances that pull at their attention after they punch out are fast carving out a niche for themselves in the multifamily market.
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  • Co-living startup Bungalow launches with $64 million in funding

    Pairs “early career professionals” with property owners in unique arrangement
    Bungalow, a real estate startup, recently launched to bring a new renting option to some of nation’s largest cities. Think of the company as a cross between co-living and a short-term rental platform like Airbnb, because instead of co-living in an apartment building, Bungalow renters co-live in a house. And instead of only staying for just a few days, Bungalow renters stay for an average of 12 months.
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  • Co-living startup Starcity launches expansion in California

    Company is expanding into Los Angeles after success in San Francisco
    Purveyors of a growing trend in the multifamily market, Starcity, is expanding its co-living operations to Los Angeles. Los Angeles is the second city Starcity is operating in. San Francisco, a city desperate for affordable housing, was the first.
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