Co-living is a part of the growing sharing economy where young adults, entrepreneurs and travellers seek a sense of community, share apartments and facilities with common areas. It is a modern environment for social networking to learning opportunities and emphasis on flexible work and play.
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Co-living in Singapore is a trend that is getting more popular Singapore. A co-living space is very similar to the concept of co-working space, where the kitchen, pantry, living room, dining room and other facilities are shared with residents in the compound.
Co-living spaces are designed to promote social interactions and networking and stimulate exchange of ideas and among its residents , where they are involved in fostering a community through communal spaces and events. Community managers of these co-living spaces pair like-minded members with the same hobbies and interests together as roommates or housemates.
Co-living spaces have the option of short lease terms as compared to conventional rental homes.
Address: 10 Raeburn Park, #02-18, Singapore 088702
Tel: +65 9790 8585
Address: 19 Oxley Road, Singapore 238619
Tel: +65 9478 4293
Address: 55 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089158
Tel: +65 6958 1588
Address: Queenstown, Novena, East Coast and Orchard Road
Tel: +65 83889566
LYF At Funan
Address: 67 Hill Street, Level 4, Funan Mall, Singapore 179370
Tel: +65 69702288
Address: 8 Cross Street, #17-106, Singapore 048424
Tel: +65 9651 7404
Address: 1 Jalan Jintan, Singapore 229001
Tel: +65 88290428
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