This article discusses the future for coliving, and the growing company Quarters.
At the start of this year, having opened up various properties across the US, Germany and the Netherlands in the last four, Quarters was planning to scale in its existing markets and expand into new ones.
However, a few weeks after Quarters’ latest location in Berlin opened, coronavirus shut down much of Germany and fundamentally challenging the coliving business model.
Would people now want to live in communally in the face of social distancing, or move into cities in the age of remote working? The article suggests that the sector will be resilient and bounce back.