Bringing luxury perks to co-living life, Ollie raises cash to expand

As rents continue to soar in America's most desirable cities, companies like New York-based OllieĀ are angling to transform the real estate market with an updated version of an old model of co-living

Co-living gets more cash as shared housing developer HubHaus raises $1.4 million

It's an old story for anyone moving out to a new place, but for Merchant, and others like her, the idea that there can be a better way to move to a place, and live in a city, has led to the creation o

The very simple argument for the rise of co-living: people need people

People, people who need people, are the luckiest people in the world. So go the lyrics of the famous Barbra Streisand song. It was also a theme at a future of cities panel at Disrupt today, where the

Technology is finally changing the apartment rental experience

The real estate rental market is a highly localized, relationship-based industry driven largely by individuals living and working in their own cities, causing many to acknowledge the longstanding diff

Common, The Co-Living Startup From A General Assembly Founder, Opens Its First Building in Brooklyn

Common, a co-living startup from General Assembly co-founder Brad Hargreaves, is unveiling its first building today in Brooklyn’s Crown Heights. With more than four floors and 7,300 square feet

With $7.35M Raise For Common, General Assembly Co-Founder Gets Into The “Co-Living” Movement

Brad Hargreaves, who co-founded General Assembly to re-think vocational education for a fast-changing and tech-ladenĀ job market, is switching from the world of work into housing. He’s started a

First Open-Source Car Unveiled

The world’s first open-source car was unveiled this week at the AutoRAI show in Amsterdam. The c,mm,n (or “common”) was developed by three Dutch technical universities: Delft, Eindho