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Co-living beckons to private equity investors

The Collective Old Oak (London). While co-living is often seen as part of a millennial lifestyle, it reaches a larger base by addressing issues like a severe lack of housing supply in major cities and changing consumer habits.


AS co-living gains traction around the world, it is drawing attention not just from young people looking for an affordable, communal way of living, but also from investors eyeing its promises of stable returns and potential for growth amid rapid urbanisation.


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