The health and safety of our occupants are of utmost priority in order to slowly move the world back to normal. With maximum safety protocols in place, we are also focusing our energy and resources on personalising our spaces to improve the community experience. Read more from the article published on Times Property where Co-founder of Covie, Abhishek Kumar, gives his two cents on why the co-living sector will bounce back in 2021.
An important factor that you might consider while making a move to any new city is the cost of living. Bangalore is relatively affordable to live in as it ranks as one of the most livable cities in the [...]
Moving to a new city can be stressful, to say the least. Where do you even start the process of finding an apartment that fulfills all your needs in an ideal location? How do you convince a landlord to [...]
Isn’t connection something we seek when we move to a new city? A new home? Co-living gets its name from community living & Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India, is perfect for co-living to experience the new life, the [...]
Pune is always bustling with students across the globe with educational institutions spread far and wide. These students who travel from lands far, create a diverse community of cultures in pursuit of elite education. For convenience in lifestyle, [...]
Co living Spaces in India are the new trend of the era! What is Co-living? A Co-living platform is a place for people to live as a part of a community. Sharing the premium designed spaces [...]
Swapnali Bhosale Kadam and Abhishek Kumar two experienced real estate Entrepreneurs have launched COVIE, a new age co-living startup with 3000+ beds in Pune, Bengaluru and Mumbai. The platform is a custom-designed new age co-living ecosystem [...]