The interior of co-living space at Oootopia Kai Tak in To Kwa Wan. Photo: Edmond So
The interior of co-living space at Oootopia Kai Tak in To Kwa Wan. Photo: Edmond So

Investors turn Hong Kong hotel assets into co-living space on higher occupancy, profit appeal

  • Warburg Pincus-backed Weave Living and Dash Living are among some of the active co-living operators in recent deals
  • CBRE sees room for more conversion of hotels, higher co-living occupancy rate as the Covid-19 situation stabilises

Topic |   Hong Kong property
The interior of co-living space at Oootopia Kai Tak in To Kwa Wan. Photo: Edmond So
The interior of co-living space at Oootopia Kai Tak in To Kwa Wan. Photo: Edmond So
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