In their ongoing quest to cater to affluent young urbanites, developers have come up with a new idea inspired by the age-old concept of cohousing.
And in this one, they will even change the sheets for its residents.
Newton-based National Development and Ollie, a New York-based real estate operator, are planning a 14-story “coliving” apartment building at the Ink Block complex in the South End. Think luxury amenities with lots of social activities, but for residents of real small units — a cross between a fancy college dorm and the super-luxe condo buildings, but aimed mainly at 20-somethings too busy to spend much time in their homes.
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