The co-living trend already on the rise in global cities and now spreading in Indonesia as one of the top market for working millennials. Term of co-living itself providing fully furnished spaces to be shared with other tenants (tenants have their own room).
Inspired by student accommodation, co-living spaces are growing in line with lifestyle of younger generations. With communal space and all shared amenities, this one quite popular among millennials.
Entrepreneur then explained those who choose to live in shared housing want to feel comfort of their homes as well as reduce the stress of being unable to do daily household chores. Besides, shared housing considered as perfect blend of privacy and socialize where they feel comfortable to know each others yet not interfere with others privacy.
Those who want to get experience to live with friends that are family-liked should be join with Cove. This Singapore-based startup offering shared housing located in several strategic areas in Jakarta including Senopati to ensure young generations get easy access reaching offices in Sudirman and SCBD areas.
Cove providing their shared housing with hotel like room with comfortable fully furnished bedroom and must-have amenities including high speed internet, cable television, water heather and daily housekeeping.
While staying here, you can also access Pacific Place, fX Sudirman, Plaza Senayan, Senayan City and more for some minutes with no traffic. Kitchen, swimming pool, and ample parking space are available for free.
Spending for Rp3.2 million to Rp8 million per month, you’re automaticaly signed up for the community to connect with others at your live-in events for a better quality of life when dealing with homesickness, culture shock, and more.
The regular community activities are expected to make all tenants feel comfort like their own home with friends that are family-liked. This shared housing also available in Monas (in back of Indosat building), Tebet, Pejaten and Karawaci.