The co-living sector has gathered momentum recently, in response to the need for high quality, community-led urban accommodation for young professionals moving to urban locations.

The number of renters across Europe has been increasing, not only due to financial constraints, but also the need for flexibility. Co-living is an accommodation solution that is responding to not only the rising number of people renting but also the need for social engagement.

Our major new report looks at the economic, social and real estate trends across Europe which have given rise to this new asset class and the dynamics of six key markets – London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Madrid, Milan and Vienna.

Europe Co-Living: Key Trends and Key Cities Webinar

In this webinar a panel of experts from across Europe share insights from the report.