The co-living trend is taking over the world.
Everywhere in the world, from New York to Germany, co-living has become a thing. London will soon house the largest co-op building in the world at Old Oak, with a 550-unit co-living tower spanning 11 stories.
The building will be mixed-use development, and features furnished en-suite bedrooms, with shared kitchens, a gym, roof terrace, spa, movie room, library, and game room. The building will also contain a public restaurant and a 400-desk work space.
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Rent is only $329-$400, and includes taxes, wifi, bi-monthly room cleaning, linen service, and utilities.
As millennials take over the world and we move more towards green, shared, and micro living, expect a lot more places like this to pop up, as we learn to live together in smaller spaces rather than sprawling out on our own.via ]