Real Estate and Infrastructure

Recession proof, but can co-living be pandemic proof?

Published on 20th Jul 2020

Many commentators in the co-living industry consider the asset class to be recession proof, but can it adapt sufficiently to become pandemic proof?

In this short video and podcast Jonathan Mills (Real Estate, London and USA) and Matt Kyle (Health and Safety, Bristol) discuss the health and safety issues that have arisen as a result of the current pandemic, the legal implications for owners and operators, and some possible solutions to allow co-living communities to adjust.

Brand, reputational damage, liability, community, management of communal areas, and the benefits of technology are all touched upon.

Click below to listen to the podcast.

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