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built environment insights, issue 4 | UK 05 Oct 2018 Urban living: better together

In the last decade an emerging culture of “co-movement” has fuelled fundamental changes in the global property market. It is widely accepted within the industry that co-working has established itself in mainstream culture and the property market. Is co-living the next logical step?

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The co-living trend is being driven by a combination of practical pressures and a more pervasive change in the consumer mindset

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