Residents work in one of the communal spaces at a co-living building in London in October 2017. The 10-storey building looks like a hotel, but it is actually a large-scale house-share offering modest rooms and upscale services for young adults caught in London's housing crisis. Photo: AFP

Hong Kong’s housing crisis should turn city towards co-living spaces as family sizes shrink

Bernard Chan says Hong Kong must plan for the housing needs of younger people and retirees, given that household sizes are shrinking and property prices are likely to remain high

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Residents work in one of the communal spaces at a co-living building in London in October 2017. The 10-storey building looks like a hotel, but it is actually a large-scale house-share offering modest rooms and upscale services for young adults caught in London's housing crisis. Photo: AFP
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