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Residents at Outpost say co-living is a great way to transition into NYC life.

New York is so expensive that millennials and Gen Zers are paying more than $900 a month to share small bedrooms, but residents say they get more out ...

With high rent prices in NYC, millennials and Gen Zers are moving into co-living spaces, and they say they get more out of it than a place to sleep.

SEA’s largest co-living space just opened at Funan – here’s a look at lyf, from human ‘hamster wheels’ to a ball pit for...

The place is incredibly fun, but there are some things lacking. Here's what you need to know before you go.

PHOTOS: I visited Funan on its first day of reopening – and it’s completely unlike any other mall in Singapore right now

For the first time in a long time, Funan actually has an edge over other malls in the country.
Starcity's Venice Beach location.

A startup turning old hotels and offices into housing for California’s forgotten middle-class is coming to one of America’s least affordab...

Starcity is building the world's largest co-living apartment complex, an 800-bedroom building in San Jose.
Starcity is taking over a residential building in Los Angeles that was once used for housing interns at Snapchat parent company Snap Inc.

The trendy co-living spaces attracting millennials in New York and San Francisco are just the latest version of a concept that’s been around for...

As millennials look to cut back on costs, the number of renters living with roommates has been climbing, according to a recent article by The Atlantic. But today's co-living spaces are nothing new — they're just a modern-day version of yesterday's boarding house.

New York’s latest millennial co-living space has ‘smart mattresses,’ housekeeping, and fully-furnished rooms for $1,500 per month

Roomrs apartments come equipped with smart locks, outlets, and shades. Smart mattresses track how long it takes tenants to fall asleep and how long they stay asleep.
Starcity caters to workers who earn less than $90,000 a year.

San Francisco housing is so expensive that middle-class workers are moving into dorms with shared bathrooms

The "middle-class backbone" in San Francisco includes teachers and retail workers who make between $40,000 and $90,000 a year.

Go inside the housing startup that puts millennials up in multimillion-dollar Silicon Valley mansions

As millennials continue to move to the San Francisco Bay Area, one of the most expensive rental markets in America, housing companies are catering to them in new ways.
ZeroCater's CEO and founder Arram Sabeti.

This 32-year-old tech CEO lives in a San Francisco home with 9 roommates, and it speaks to the length millennials will go to live in cities instead of...

San Francisco is so expensive that people are cramming into apartments with lots of roommates to save money. While "co-living" hasn't helped him save money, ZeroCater's CEO Arram Sabeti said "co-living" has made him happier and less lonely.