SINGAPORE (Aug 6): Multi-purpose, co-living spaces are revolutionising urban life in densely populated and expensive New York, San Francisco, London and Shanghai. The concept, rather like an upmarket update of rooming together at university, is apparently all the rage for millennials. Their lifestyles are often a blur of work, play and home and with many disinclined to start a family, they are open to pricey arrangements that give them private bedrooms but a shared kitchen, office and recreational space, as well as cleaning and laundry services.

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