Millennials Revamp Communal Living

politicoYes, The Episcopal Church is officially on the cutting edge of urban housing! (Although unlike HubHaus, we haven’t raised $10M in startup cash. Yet.)

What Cannon had stumbled upon was actually a burgeoning trend in rental housing that had begun to shake up cities most popular with millennials. It’s called “co-living,” and it’s attempting to rewrite the exasperating and paycheck-crushing hassle of finding a decent place to live near the place where you work. The ad Cannon responded to had been placed by a startup called HubHaus, one of a number of “co-living” companies that have popped up in the last few years.

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