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Demand for co-living spaces in Singapore on the rise after COVID-19 hit | Video

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Demand for co-living spaces is picking up after taking a hit when the COVID-19 pandemic started, with some operators reporting occupancy rates of about 90 per cent. While co-living spaces are mostly home to expats, operators CNA spoke to say local demand has gone up by up to four times, as Singaporeans move back from overseas or work from home.
Demand for co-living spaces is picking up after taking a hit when the COVID-19 pandemic started, with some operators reporting occupancy rates of about 90 per cent. While co-living spaces are mostly home to expats, operators CNA spoke to say local demand has gone up by up to four times, as Singaporeans move back from overseas or work from home.

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