Soho House looks to enter the co-living space

Further to our previous article on Co-living, and on the campus lifestyle, Dezeen has run an article today talking to Nick Jones, founder of Soho House, about their thoughts on entering the co-living market as a natural extension of their Soho Work co-working enterprise.

Nick Jones - Soho House
Nick Jones – Soho House

As an opportunity for people leaving University and wanting the comfort, familiarity and safety of managed accommodation, co-living offers a stepping-stone between the campus lifestyle and living on your own in a big city – it’s also a very attractive alternative to trying to join existing housemate groups in private rentals.

For more information, read the full article on Dezeen: Soho House hires Tadao Ando and considers move into co-living

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