A visionary & multifaceted leader, Swapnali started her career with high-end real estate projects like “God’s Gift”, “God’s Grace”, “God’s Blessings” (Pune City’s first 100-meter tower) & “Verde Residence Collection.” Swapnali is an alumnus of Symbiosis College. She holds a [...]
How do co-living spaces meet the needs of the work from home environment? In recent times there has been a rise in remote working, where professionals can work from anywhere at any point in time. Around 70% of organizations are [...]
As more people look for affordable housing choices when moving to the major city, the co-living area has grown dramatically in recent years. As a result, numerous new trends have arisen in this field, making our future more convenient and [...]
Synopsis Since professionals now spend more time at their residences they are looking for convenient housing options with all modern amenities, good food, and uncompromised safety under one roof. The Pandemic has adversely impacted the growth of businesses in various [...]
Co-living businesses in India are merging cutting-edge technology with human understanding and giving tenants a great community housing experience. The Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge impact across all industries including real estate resulting in slowing down the rental housing [...]
The co-living industry is changing the long term rental paradigm by bringing together such groups of millennials and professionals for hassle-free, networking, and facilities rich rental experiences. This shared long-term rental housing option provides the opportunity for residents to live [...]
Synopsis Co-living is a better option compared to others as it provides food, laundry, WiFi, gym facilities and more as soon as the person moves in. After seeing strong growth, India’s co-living space felt the pinch of the Covid-19 pandemic. [...]
Co-living spaces are more than just a housing solution, and their attraction to tenants is based on a shift in people’s lifestyle choices. During the pandemic, the world has shifted even more firmly towards co-living apartments & this trend isn’t [...]
Times are really tough. The pandemic has hit us all hard and as we were slowly recovering from the fall, the number of covid cases in India has started rising again. At times like these, all of us want to be home. But for those of whom it is an absolute necessity to stay away due to obligations such as work and education, the closest to home is COVIE.
Living in a hostel or Pg doesn’t really enable you to become part of a community. The hostels/pg’s in India are basically spaces where the owner rents vacant spaces out for accommodation and as an income for him/her. If they provide food at the hostel/pg, then it is going to be the same for everyone. These hostels don’t cultivate a sense of community rather just provide a place where you can sleep.