Co-living – the companies reinventing the idea of roommates
In recent days, the concepts of cohousing/coliving have been developed into business models. Though in their nascent stage, these startups provide for relatively affordable and socially enriching living spaces, especially targetting people between age group 20-35
Dorms for Grownups: A Solution for Lonely Millennials?
An innovative coliving enterprise stared by Real Estate developer Troy Evans. 'Commonspace' as it is referred to focuses mainly on millenials looking for an affordable private living space but at the same time the benefits of living with friends and community.
Common- The Co-Living Startup From A General Assembly Founder, Opens Its First Building in Brooklyn
Common is a startup cofounded by Brad Hargreaves in response to housing demands caused due to changing lifestyles, higher living costs and expensive rents in New York.
Is Co-living Really the Answer to the Housing Crisis?
This article provides an interesting insight into the rising role of social media, mobile apps and startups for cohousing/coliving. Further, it gives its take on what exaclty it is that makes coliving popular and why cohousing could be influential in the real-estate markets of the future.
World's largest co-living complex promises residents "everything at their fingertips"
This article features the worlds largest coliving project known as The Collective Old Oak. Based in London, the project is a combination of student housing and hotels and will combine the best of both worlds to provide an affordable and socialy enriching way of living.
Klage erhalten: Potse & Drugstore sagen "Danke, Schworck"
Judith Langowski schreibt über die Räumungsklage für Potse & Drugstore, Probleme mit dem CoLiving Unternehmen "rent24" und die Schwierigkeit neue Räume zu finden.
In dieser Start-up-WG kostet ein Zimmer mehr als 700 Euro
"Zwei Italiener haben in Berlin eine Co-living-Kette für junge Menschen aufgebaut. Digitale Nomaden zahlen zwischen 700 und 890 Euro für ein Zimmer. Mieter müssen aber erst ein Auswahlverfahren durchlaufen."