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Millennials flock to nation’s first ‘co-living skyscraper’ from The Switch

Posted by admin on March 23, 2022
Once the domain of hippies, students and the elderly, communal living is being reimagined and sold as a utopian solution to the urban housing crisis.

Its new target audience is millennials who want to buy into the dream of living in a high rise, built-in community.

New development company The Switch has opened the doors to renters for its first project in Australia, a $70 million co-living concept in a 39-storey skyscraper along Wellington Street in the heart of the CBD.

It’s the first in a series of The Switch locations due across Australia, with Adelaide and Sydney later this year and Melbourne in 2023.

The communal accommodation near another high-profile redeveloped space, Yagan Square, has 483 fully furnished bedrooms with flexible lease arrangements, co-working spaces, rooftop bars, lounges and community gardens.


Brendan Bowie has specialised in property sales, marketing, and leasing for more than 20 years. As a City of Belmont resident with a great knowledge of the local area, Brendan’s strategic and innovative property marketing approach, coupled with a strong networking focus, consistently yields quality outcomes for his clients.

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