Hmlet opening it's biggest co-living property in Sydney

Hmlet opening it's biggest co-living property in Sydney
Staff reporterDecember 7, 2020

Australia’s largest co-living company is opening its biggest property to date in Sydney’s inner suburb of St Peters.

The 82 room building, Hmlet St Peters will open in November 2019.

Since their January 2019 laucnh, Hmlet has sucessfully opened eight properties in Sydney, including locations in Newtown, Marrickville, Petersham and Alexandria.

Located on the corner of 8 Hutchinson St and 29 Applebee St, St Peters, it is situated next to St Peters train station and within 12-minute commute to the city.

The four-storey building, a converte warehouse features original brick walls alongside minimalistic interiors and oversized balconies.

Hmlet members have access to an outdoor space where they can view a pop-up outdoor cinema, surrounded by a fruit and herb garden.

With 82 rooms to choose from across 38 brand new units, members have the option of five different room types starting from $370 per week, inclusive of bills and community events. There is a minimum stay of 3 months.

All units are serviced and furnished.

Founded in Singapore in 2016, Hmlet recently raised $55 million in a Series B round in July 2019 to accelerate growth across Asia-Pacific. The round was led by Burda Principal Investments, with participation from existing investor Sequoia India and new investors Mitsubishi Estate Co, Reinventure Group, and angel investors. 

Co-living is an emerging trend and Hmlet has plans to expand in Melbourne and Brisbane.

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