A communal area at co-living space The Nate in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. Shared housing business models could change post-coronavirus, with more work from home facilities provided and stricter cleaning regimes. A communal area at co-living space The Nate in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. Shared housing business models could change post-coronavirus, with more work from home facilities provided and stricter cleaning regimes.
A communal area at co-living space The Nate in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. Shared housing business models could change post-coronavirus, with more work from home facilities provided and stricter cleaning regimes.

The future of co-living: how communal shared housing and spaces will change post-Covid-19 – think working from home and more cleaning

  • Expect adjustments at Hong Kong co-living spaces Dash Coliving, Hmlet and The Nate to align with residents’ new expectations, their operators say
  • Industry analysts are optimistic about the co-living sector, expecting sustained demand in leading cities in Greater China and Asia

Topic |   Architecture and design
A communal area at co-living space The Nate in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. Shared housing business models could change post-coronavirus, with more work from home facilities provided and stricter cleaning regimes. A communal area at co-living space The Nate in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. Shared housing business models could change post-coronavirus, with more work from home facilities provided and stricter cleaning regimes.
A communal area at co-living space The Nate in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. Shared housing business models could change post-coronavirus, with more work from home facilities provided and stricter cleaning regimes.
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