In cities around the world, shifts in lifestyles and habits are changing the ways in which students and young adults choose their place of residence. As a result, real estate developers are getting creative with new typologies to adapt to the nomadic Gen-Y.
In Sydney, demand for purpose built student accommodation remains consistently high. These student-centric developments are also providing the framework for new co-living concepts to cater to the post-university cohort. At the Sydney Global Investment Summit, we’ll explore key trends in student accommodation and co-living. How can cities utilize residential living trends to retain and attract international talent? What are the possibilities for university-cities to have a head start in shaping the future of living? How are established and new ways of living blending into each other?