This co-living space of the future is for kids who never want to grow up

Collective, known for its high-end room rentals, is launching a building in London’s Old Oak neighborhood that will be its first co-living space. Rooms are small and rent for roughly 250 pounds a week.

But rather than having large sleeping quarters, the building offers 10,000 square feet of communal space. That includes shared kitchens and lounges as well as myriad open areas like libraries and video rooms. Additionally, the building offers its residents access to a gym, spa, restaurant, bar and shops. And this dorm-room like living style isn’t exclusive to London.

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