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Is there room for co-living in S'pore?

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13, a vogue four-storey Geylang shophouse managed by property startup 99.co, charged occupants S$1,000 to S$1,300 monthly. It operated at a loss, even at decent occupancy. It is now defunct.

CO-WORKING spaces for entrepreneurs and creatives are aplenty and increasing - why not co-living spaces?

This could be the next big real estate thing in Singapore, with home prices at a stubborn high, entrepreneurial activity growing apace, millennials delaying marriage and families even