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Dash Living opens two co-living properties in Singapore

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One of the new co-living properties is Dash Living on Kinta, close to Farrer Park MRT. (Picture: Dash Living)

SINGAPORE (EDGEPROP) - Co-living operator Dash Living has opened two co-living properties in Singapore. The new properties mark the first standalone properties operated by Dash Living. Previously, the operator worked with asset owners and hotel partners to build its co-living offerings in Singapore.

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The first property, Dash Living on Mackenzie, is close to Little India MRT Station on the North-East Line. The 40-room building offers compact, fully furnished en suite rooms for rent. Tenants will have access to a social lounge for co-working or dining, pay-per-use laundrette services, outdoor kitchenette, and a rooftop area. The co-living space is 95% occupied following its soft launch earlier this year.

The second co-living property is Dash Living on Kinta close to Farrer Park MRT Station on the North-East Line. The 30-room building offers fully furnished en suite studios and two-bedroom units. The property features a rooftop garden with a plunge pool, and other tenant facilities onsite.

A room for a queen-sized bed in Dash Living on Mackenzie. (Picture: Dash Living)

Dash Living offers minimum stays of three months and perks such as co-working passes, trial gym memberships, and shopping and dining discounts.

“The opening of Dash Living’s first standalone properties in Singapore demonstrates our continued commitment to Singapore. We achieved a remarkable 95% occupancy rate in Singapore in 2021, which signals the increased demand from Singapore customers,” says Aaron Lee, founder, and CEO of Dash Living.

As co-living becomes more acceptable in Singapore, the average length of stays is increasing, and the market is poised to benefit from increased traction in shared living spaces, he adds.

Check out the latest listings near Little India MRT Station, Farrer Park MRT Station

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