Co-living is about creating an environment that inspires and empowers residents to develop connections and share knowledge among those who also occupy the co-living space. It helps residents save the cost of living through sharing space and resources.
10-12, Dundas Street & 50, Tung On Street
Bibliotheque advocates the concept of co-living. It creates not only a living space, but also introduces a brand-new style of living – sharing of common space and facilities to enrich residents’ life. Besides, Bibliotheque hosts various kinds of activities to provide a platform for residents to meet with like-minded people, and to facilitate communication.
HOSTEL - Ho Man Tin
A Hostel provides a new living style for youth, 5-mins walk from Ho Man Tin MTR station. All units are equipped with well-furnished living room so that the residents are ready to use after moving in.
項目已於 2019年 1月出售
Project existed on January 2019
Frequently Asked Questions
What facilities and services do you provide?
We provide basic facilities include pantry, shower room, toilet, laundry facilities, common areas and roof top garden.
What about the rental fee of our co-living spaces?
We provide two types of bedspace (single bed and bunk bed) with monthly rental fee from $3,300.
What does the fee include?
The rental fee is charged on monthly basis. The fee includes bedspace, management fee, government rates and rent, property tax, public area cleaning fee, broadband internet service and water charge. Residents can also relax and enjoy at common spaces and flat roof. In addition, we organize different kinds of events for the residents, offering a platform for them to meet with each other.
Are there any restrictions in age or gender?
We welcome youngsters aged from 18 to 35 (including tertiary students, working youth and young entrepreneurs) to be our tenants with no restraints on gender (with only the same gender in individual apartment/floor)