With rent costs soaring over $2,100 per month in the England city, the Collective Old Oak London residence could come as a relief to those looking for a place to live.
Located in West London, the Collective Old Oak building incorporates dorm-like dwellings that consists of individual bedrooms with amply amenities that are shared with other tenants. The building will provide 550 units and is set to be the world's largest co-living property. The building will be unveiling shortly to the first set of residents.
Rent costs for the Collective Old Oak London residence vary between $327 and $582, and offers residents ample space to socialize and stay active. Additionally, the building will feature a 400-desk co-working space as well as a public restaurant and even a movie screening room.
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