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Gravity Co-living - innovating how young professionals live in cities!

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Gravity Co-living! The business that's creating a global community of young professionals by offering beautifully designed living spaces with an emphasis on co-living


gravity coliving logoHousing is a difficult subject at the moment. In dense urban areas, it can be near to impossible to find accommodation that strikes a balance between quality and price. A compromise might be to find somewhere to live with others, but this can be just as bad, with landlords thinking that they can get away with offering lower quality property to young tenants who have little choice.

And who are you sharing with? You might get on with them, but will you enrich each other’s lives and help each other achieve more or just...exist near each other? The ideal would be to live with like-minded people you can really engage with.

London-based startup / business Gravity has a solution. Offering hassle-free properties with a variety of spaces and benefits that makes them a great home while working in the city, Gravity incorporates productive co-working, relaxing outdoor areas, varying lounges, communal kitchens, and fulfilling wellbeing spaces inside every one.

You can stay in Gravity homes for as little as 2 months on flexible, rolling contracts, and the all-inclusive price covers bills and utilities, events and activities, laundry, cleaning, 24/7 support, and much more.

gravity coliving picThe goal of Gravity’s co-living community is to empower members to establish and achieve what matters. They help their members with this through activities, events, and general collaborations. They say they have 4 pillars of community: Personal Wellbeing, Meaningful Engagement, Professional Growth, and Unconventional Design.

Just a few ways they help support various aspects of their member’s lives are yoga classes, meditation, entrepreneur mentoring, industry-specific meetups and talks, community dinners, and partner events. These partners include edX, Revolut, Printt, and Elevate.

With the cost of renting in cities like London, and with all of the benefits Gravity offers, we don’t think it’s a stretch to say we can easily see this startup spreading all over the country and beyond pretty fast.

If you like the sound of this business, you might also want to read about London-based space-as-a-service startup Bold and its acquisition by Newable.





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Published on: 2nd February 2020

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