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JLL takes home 27 awards at 2018 International Property Awards Asia Pacific/thailand/en-gb/news/639/jll-takes-home-27-awards-at-2018-international-property-awards-asia-pacificJLL takes home 27 awards at 2018 International Property Awards Asia PacificReal estate firm secures 11 wins in the five-star category0x0100E81015D9D08198458B498FF948D658F90052B0972AFC77B94093C478C1B5B47C88
Co-living: Next big thing in Thailand’s real estate?/thailand/en-gb/news/638/co-living-next-big-thing-in-thailands-real-estateCo-living: Next big thing in Thailand’s real estate?<p>​While co-working has witnessed a rapid growth and become a new major source of demand for office space in Bangkok, co-living is another sector of shared facilities that may become a big thing in the city's real estate in the future, according to property consulting firm, JLL.<br></p><p> </p><p>Co-living space, a term used to describe a living arrangement that is something more than shared space, is growing in many cities across the globe where housing has become increasingly less affordable. Typically, a co-living space offers tenants small rooms and shared facilities such as a TV room or a gym. There is also a social aspect; some facilities have a manager who organises events. As well as convenience and community, co-living facilities also claim to offer cheaper rent than an individual apartment.</p><p> </p><p>In Asia, though co-living has not yet seen a boom, it is gaining traction. <strong>China</strong> is a trailblazer in this space. The concept of co-living in the land of the dragons started with YOU+ International Youth Community among other operators that emerged in 2012. By the end of 2016, there were nearly 90 operators across the country. The trend is also catching on in other markets. Unsurprisingly given its status as the world's most expensive housing market,<strong> Hong Kong</strong> is seeing a growing number of co-living developments such as M-Living in Wong Chuk Hang and Campus Hong Kong in Tsuen Wan. <strong>Singapore</strong> has been slightly lagging, but Ascott, CapitaLand's wholly owned serviced residence arm, created a new co-living brand 'lyf'. lyf Funan Singapore will be part of CapitaLand's mixed-use development Funan.  In <strong>Japan</strong> and <strong>Indonesia</strong>, Roam offers co-living facilities in Tokyo and Bali.</p><p> </p><p>In <strong>Thailand</strong>, there are a number of small co-living facilities in Bangkok and key resort cities such as Chiang Mai, Phuket and Krabi. However, most of these facilities are targeted at foreign digital nomads and compliment co-working spaces.  </p><p> </p><p>"For most Thais, shared living space may not be a preferred option as there are other housing options that remain affordable and offer higher privacy. This explains why co-living has not yet become a big thing in Thailand's real estate. However this will change in the near future," says Suphin Mechuchep, Managing Director at JLL.</p><p> </p><p>"As city condos and apartments are getting smaller and less affordable, it will become more difficult for young workers to buy or rent a private living space. In addition, these young workers are millennials who grew up in the sharing economy, value being part of a like-minded community and thus tend to be more willing to share facilities. The growing popularity of co-working exemplifies this trend well," says Mrs. Suphin.</p><p> </p><p>"This will open up new opportunities for real estate developers and investors in Thailand, particularly Bangkok," she adds.<br></p><p><br></p>0x0100E81015D9D08198458B498FF948D658F90052B0972AFC77B94093C478C1B5B47C88

 

 

Asia Pacific Property Digest Q1 2018/asia-pacific/en-gb/research/955/strong-domestic-demand-supports-regional-growthAsia Pacific Property Digest Q1 2018Strong domestic demand supports regional growth0x01010063443623C9F9004FA21AA8EABD6132C80096456DD4F4AF204EB9DD2C24B361B045
The Retail Index 1Q 2018/asia-pacific/en-gb/research/953/the-retail-index-1q-2018The Retail Index 1Q 2018“New retail” concepts expanding in China0x01010063443623C9F9004FA21AA8EABD6132C80096456DD4F4AF204EB9DD2C24B361B045

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