Co-living picking up in Singapore as more millennials take to shared apartments

Ms Christine Tan, (right) a freelance digital marketer, with her flatmate, Mrs Chow Lee May Beatus, an accountant.
Ms Christine Tan, (right) a freelance digital marketer, with her flatmate, Mrs Chow Lee May Beatus, an accountant.ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI

SINGAPORE - Singaporean Christine Tan and Malaysian Chow Beatus have been sharing a two-bedroom apartment in Sarkies Road for the last five months, but they were strangers before moving in together.

They are among a growing group of young working professionals here who rent a room in an apartment shared with other tenants, usually strangers, in an arrangement called co-living.

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