SINGAPORE (Feb 26): Hmlet, a co-living rental startup based in Singapore, has announced its expansion to Australia with the March 2019 launch of two co-living properties in the inner city suburbs of Newtown and Marrickville in Sydney.

This comes after the company’s recent conclusion of its US$6.5 million ($8.8 million) Series A funding round, led by Sequoia India, in Nov 2018.

The first purpose-built co-living property, Hmlet @ Newtown, will accommodate 20 residents at its location on King Street. Aside from a co-working space and communal living and kitchen spaces, it will also house a hospitality venue which will open to the public later this year.

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