Co-living the new norm for young professionals priced out of Hong Kong’s property market
Thursday, 14 September 2017 () Safe, cosy and above all, affordable: a rare thing in Hong Kong, one of the world’s most expensive places to find a home. But those are precisely the attributes that are driving young professionals in the city to opt for co-living spaces – small rooms built around communal living and cooking areas. “It gives you a lot of flexibility, I can have my own private space while making friends,” said Andy Dong, 27, a corporate finance banker who has lived in the M3 International...
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