Co-living players eye corporate sector with hybrid accommodation models

Nexus Venture Partners-backed Zolostays is also coming up with custom-made properties for corporates

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70% of the tenants, who were earlier living in PGs, are now looking to move to shared houses and co-living spaces

Samreen Ahmad Bengaluru
With work from home becoming the new normal after the Covid-19 outbreak, co-living companies are coming up with hybrid models eyeing corporate clients. Under this, they are looking at offering coworking along with co-living, by providing inmates with working space along with facilities like conference rooms, desks for work and dependable high speed internet.
 
Bengaluru-based co-living player Guesture, for example, is looking at rolling out work-from-home development centres where corporate employees can work and live. The project, which will be launched by end of July, will have dedicated floors for each company.
 
“Corporates need a solution from a business continuity

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First Published: Jul 08 2020 | 6:36 PM IST

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