Co-living companies turn their properties into integrated WFH campuses and quarantine centres


Co-living companies, which have been struggling due to the Covid-19 pandemic, are targeting new segments to keep revenues coming.


Co-living and student accommodation companies such as Zolo, Colive, CoHo, Oxfordcaps, Tribe Student Accommodation, StayAbode, SimplyGuest and Guesture are setting up integrated office-cum-home campuses for corporates, turning their buildings into quarantine centres and launching premium offerings or venturing into entirely new businesses like software services


Colive is designing integrated campuses for corporates, where employees can live and work in the same place. StayAbode has partnered with food, laundry and grocery startups to attract customers.Oxfordcaps has converted 30% of its inventory to quarantine centres

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