Co-living startup Covie adds 500 beds in Bengaluru and Pune

2021-05-26T14:15:03+00:00April 9th, 2021|Media Coverage|

COVIE has invested in multiple levels of security measures starting from an app-based access control system to IOT enabled digital locks. “Our three new properties in Bengaluru and Pune, together have about 500 beds. We plan to launch new properties in the coming few months in cities like Mumbai, Delhi NCR and Dehradun in keeping with the demand in the sector,” said Abhishek Kumar, co-founder, COVIE .

Is the Co-living Sector Fading Out?

2021-03-15T13:12:31+00:00February 24th, 2021|Media Coverage|

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.

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