A bus passes The Nova Building, a mixed residential and commercial use building, in the Westminster borough of London. Jitters surrounding the British capital city's property market are finally starting to show up in home prices, but for many young people, buying their own home outright is still out of reach financially, and co-living as a concept is gaining in popularity as a result. Photo: Bloomberg
Peter Young
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Co-living luring London property investors back

As growing numbers of young people say they are lonely, these new developments are focusing on four areas: convenience, community, connectivity and city living

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A bus passes The Nova Building, a mixed residential and commercial use building, in the Westminster borough of London. Jitters surrounding the British capital city's property market are finally starting to show up in home prices, but for many young people, buying their own home outright is still out of reach financially, and co-living as a concept is gaining in popularity as a result. Photo: Bloomberg
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