Looking inside a typical Harbour “co-living” flat. Photo: handout

Shanghai’s ‘co-living’ operator Harbour Apartments eyes expansion in eight Chinese cities including Hong Kong

Harbour’s target is to create 20,000 rentable co-living units by the end of 2017, to quadruple that number to 80,000 by 2019, and hit the million market with a possible float of Harbour within five years

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Looking inside a typical Harbour “co-living” flat. Photo: handout
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