PLP Architecture have partnered up with The Collective to conceive a new model of housing called ‘Co-Living’ which is tailored to suit the changing lifestyles of young people living and working in London. The Co-Living component aims to create a long-term, sustainable community both within and outside the building with the intention to create an environment where the tenants rent for an extended period of time to ultimately establish roots locally and settle within the borough.
This accommodation is designed to create a sense of community within the building, while providing a high level of service including a concierge, weekly linen change, room cleaning, free wi-fi, and a simple all-inclusive bill for utilities, broadband and council tax. Residents will benefit from a wealth of amenity spaces provided for residents throughout the building including a cinema room, games room, library, secret garden, spa, disco laundrette, and gym. The residential component of the building is accompanied by The Collective’s design-led, flexible co-working product.
So far PLP Architecture and the Collective have developed two projects together. The first, located in west London, will deliver 323 units, is currently under construction and is scheduled to open in Q2 2016. The second, located near the Olympic Park, will deliver 300 units and is currently in planning, with a proposed launch date in Summer 2019
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