Vacant urban properties converted into affordable communal housing
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Spotted: UK-based Vivahouse has created a housing model that turns shuttered businesses into communal properties. The prefabricated units are easy to install and mean less time spent repurposing interiors, according to the company. Vivahouse brands itself as the "urban house of the future". It targets freelancers and mobile professionals who have trouble finding affordable housing in London. The concept is based on the growing interest in co-living. The units include private bedrooms with communal kitchens and bathrooms. They also include daily cleaning, kitchen and bathroom supplies and on-site laundry facilities. Rental prices start at £600 per month in city locations for long-term stays,…
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