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Co-living giants eyeing Dublin market

The Medici Living Group, the world’s largest co-living provider, and Roam, which has a string of properties from London to Bali, both confirmed that they are eyeing up the Irish market

4th February, 2018

It was pioneered in New York and London. Now a host of international property companies believe Dublin is ripe for co-living, and are hatching ambitious plans to enter the market here.

The Medici Living Group, the world’s largest co-living provider, and Roam, which has a string of properties from London to Bali, both confirmed that they are eyeing up the Irish market, while The Collective, which operates the largest co-living space in the world in...

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