Co-living is seen as an affordable housing option for university students and young professionals. Photo: David Wong

Could co-living be the future for Hong Kong’s youth as property prices rise beyond reach?

Co-living seen as the answer for students and young professionals in need of affordable housing options in the world’s most expensive city for property

Topic |   Hong Kong property

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Co-living is seen as an affordable housing option for university students and young professionals. Photo: David Wong
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Louise Moon

Louise Moon

Louise Moon joined the Post in 2017 and is a reporter on the Business desk. She has a master's in Mandarin from Edinburgh University and a master's in journalism from City University, London. Originally from the UK, she spent her teenage years growing up in Hong Kong which sparked her interest in China.

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Andrew Barclay

Andrew Barclay is a tech reporter with Abacus. A self confessed gadget nerd, he likes writing about the intersection of technology, culture and business. If he's not at the office, he's probably eating ramen. He has previously worked at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).