Best co-living spaces in Singapore: Hmlet, Easycity, Login, and 85 Soho are changing the way millennials live in the city
Living the dream
Location: Queenstown, Novena, East Coast, Orchard Road
Rental: Starts from $1,000 a month in the East Coast area for a common bedroom to $3,800 a month for a one-bedroom apartment along Orchard Road
Perks: The company organises lifestyle events such as art jamming and cooking classes on a regular basis, which allow the community of tenants to bond and network.
Locations: Pasir Panjang, Aljunied, Geylang, Kent Ridge, Marina One, The Estrella
Rental: As low as $1,400 a month for a common room to $8,200 a month for a lavish apartment in Marina One
Perks: There's a wide variety of apartments across Singapore at different price points, which gives future tenants plenty of options to choose from. Their website also publishes helpful articles on renting in Singapore.
Locations: Tiong Bahru, Bukit Timah, CBD, Orchard, River Valley, The East, Little India, The West
Rental: Prices range from $1,200 to $6,190 a month for pocket rooms to full bedroom apartments
Perks: Hmlet prides itself on building communities with like-minded people. It organises casual gatherings around food and fitness via their active FB group. Hmlet will be opening Singapore's largest co-living space with over 150 rooms in the Tanjong Pagar, Cantonment Downtown CBD precinct in September this year.
Locations: 31 Boon Lay Drive, 150 Cantonment Road, 10 Raeburn Park
Rental: Daily prices start from $75 for a single suite to $85 for a queen suite, while weekly prices start from $525 for a single suite to $595 for a queen suite
Perks: Its locations are conveniently situated a stone's throw away from amenities such as the MRT and town centre.
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