London can be a lonely place, but living somewhere with communal living spaces, group dinners and activities can help, especially if it includes all the different facets of a healthy, wellness-infused life.

This article in GQ Magazine describes a number of london co-living blocks such as Mason & Fifth where individual rooms are small but chic and have kitchenettes, alongside large communal spaces that can be curtained off into smaller units.  Also available are exercise spaces, yoga instructors, optional breakfasts, packed lunches and dinners, and prices start from £1,650 a month with food extra. Mason & Fifth has space for 28 residents but the waiting list is over 800.

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