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Co-working revolution takes off in New York and Washington DC


By John Glenday, Reporter

April 5, 2016 | 1 min read

New York and Washington DC are to play host to a new generation of co-living apartments with sector specialists WeWork set to deliver new residential buildings offering flexible rents and a host of amenities all under one roof in both cities.

Apartments ranging in size from studios to four bed apartments will be included in the rental mix, with tenants having the option to stay on a month by month basis.

Cost conscious tenants in the notoriously expensive real estate markets can snap up a shared studio for $1375 a month, for that money you’ll get a fully furnished flat with two beds and kitchenware.

Amenities such as monthly cleaning, high speed internet and cable are available as added extras for $150 per month and occupants will have the opportunity to participate in community events such as Happy Hour and Karaoke sessions

The new apartments will be located at 110, Wall Street, in the heart of New York’s financial district and at 2221 S.Clark Street in Arlington.


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