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Brad Hargreaves and a project illustration (Credit: Francesco Sapienza)

NYC is banking on Common to deliver affordable beds

New York City is jumping into bed with two co-living firms to build affordable housing. The city’s Department of...

Reverend Al Sharpton and 1215 Fulton Street (Credit: Getty Images and Google Maps)

Historic Slave Theater site will soon be co-living property

The Collective has filed plans for a 150-unit co-living project at the vacant site of the historic Slave Theater....

Bedly CEO Martin Greenberg (Credit: LinkedIn and iStock)

After Bedly: What the demise of a startup says about the health of co-living in NYC

The death of a startup last month raises questions about the future of co-living in New York City —...

From left: Martin Greenberg CEO & Co-Founder of Bedly and Sergii Starostin, Founder and CEO of Outpost Club

Shuttered co-living company inks deal to hand over lease agreements

Just a few days after abruptly closing its doors, co-living start-up Bedly has inked an agreement for another company...

From left: Industrious CEO Jamie Hodari, Common CEO Brad Hargeaves, Cushman & Wakefield's Global Brokerage chairman Bruce Mosler and Newmark Group CEO Barry Gosin (Credit: Emily Assiran)

Even with an economic downturn looming, the flex-space industry will grow explosively: TRD forum panelists

With the current cycle of economic expansion soon to become the longest in U.S. history, an impending downturn is on everyone’s minds – and...

The We Company CEO Adam Neumann and RXR Realty CEO Scott Rechler and 75 Rockefeller Plaza (Credit: Getty Images and RXR Realty)

WeWork is going to manage office space at RXR’s 75 Rock

WeWork is partnering with RXR to manage 90,000 square feet at 75 Rockefeller Plaza in a revenue-sharing agreement, the...

Common Founder & CEO Brad Hargreaves and 207 South 3rd Street (Credit: Francesco Sapienza)

Common inks deal for second co-living building in Williamsburg

Co-living startup Common has tied up a deal to open its second location in Williamsburg as the company looks...

What’s behind Sweden’s unlikely co-living craze

In a country where 52% of households are single people, co-living would seem like a unlikely bet, but a...

How investors are squeezing profits from shared housing

It seems co-living is finally coming of age. The problem is how to scale. The high-end communal housing model...

The Collective acquires Paper Factory Hotel in Queens

London-based co-living company the Collective has purchased the 125-key Paper Factory Hotel in Long Island City, the company announced...

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