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Dorm life for life: WeWork testing co-living apartments in Manhattan




Movie marathons, fitness classes, potluck dinners, karaoke battles — the amenities offered at WeWork’s new co-living space read like a list of college dorm shenanigans. But the New York-based startup’s latest venture is actually geared towards well-to-do Millennials seeking a sense of community and a relaxed, month-to-month rental agreement.

The concept has been tentatively titled “WeLive, ” and its flagship residence is located in a former office tower at 110 Wall Street. The studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments are equipped with cable and Internet access, and feature private kitchens and at least one private bathroom. Each unit also receives a monthly cleaning that’s included in the rent, with the option to tack on services such as laundry and dry cleaning.

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Much like your beloved freshman dorm, each floor boasts its own common area. But it’s not simply a place to heat up a Cup of Noodles in the microwave — these are yoga studios and movie theatres that host nightly activities planned by a community manager. WeLive even has its own app and social network for posting news and upcoming events.

Read the full story at news.buzzbuzzhome, by Kelsey Pudloski




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