Wednesday August 5, 2020

Co-living it up

Dublin’s first ‘co-living’ building will open next month. Supporters claim co-living is a housing solution with potential. Detractors, however, see it as ‘just more housing for the rich’

4th February, 2018
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Typical co-living residents are in their 20s and 30s

Dublin’s first so-called co-living building will open in March, marking a shift in the city’s rental market.

Node, the company behind the venture, already has co-living properties in New York and London, with openings planned for Los Angeles, Seattle and Toronto.

Residents at Node’s Fitzwilliam Square building will live in high-end two and three-bedroomed apartments, and share communal areas, such as a lounge and a terrace. Prices will range from about...

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