The Indian millennial workforce has accepted co-working spaces, and is now also embracing the concept of co-living spaces, usually bedrooms with private bathroom and shared amenities such as communal living room and kitchen.

According to a recent Knight Frank report, 56% of millennials across major cities in India showed interest in a co-living space, while the segment has the potential to become a $93 billion market.

Co-living spaces encourage a spirit of community, and the idea of meeting new people and building contacts is often a major force behind choosing a co-living flat, while the report also showed that other top priorities included proximity to the office rather than cost. Many schemes also offer events such as comedy nights and beauty salon services.

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