The Oootopia co-living space in To Kwa Wan. The company did not disclose how much it is spending on its properties, or who its investors are. Photo: Edmond So
The Oootopia co-living space in To Kwa Wan. The company did not disclose how much it is spending on its properties, or who its investors are. Photo: Edmond So

Has Hong Kong, the most expensive property market globally, found a solution in co-living? One firm hopes so

  • Eighty per cent of 56-unit Oootopia Kai Tak has been leased, Arch Capital says
  • Two more properties to come up in Tai Kok Tsui and near University of Hong Kong

Topic |   Hong Kong housing
The Oootopia co-living space in To Kwa Wan. The company did not disclose how much it is spending on its properties, or who its investors are. Photo: Edmond So
The Oootopia co-living space in To Kwa Wan. The company did not disclose how much it is spending on its properties, or who its investors are. Photo: Edmond So
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