Crosslane’s Hughes on graduating to co-living

Crosslane Co-Living, Walthamstow

Head of new division says move into co-living is natural step for student specialist.

Crosslane Co-Living has a pipeline of around 1,700 units at a value of £355m. Two sites, in Walthamstow, London, and Deansgate, Manchester, have been secured for the development of 366 units in the next two years and planning consultation is due to start next year on a further two sites on the London commuter belt and another in Liverpool.

Property Week spoke to Crosslane Co-Living managing director Mark Hughes to find out more about its plans for the co-living sector.

This content is only available to registered users

You must be logged in to continue

Gated access promo

Would you like to read more?

Register for free to finish this article

Registration includes the following benefits:

  • Access up to four FREE articles per month
  • Breaking news, comment and analysis from industry experts as it happens
  • Choose from our portfolio of email newsletters

To access this article REGISTER NOW

Four articles not enough? SUBSCRIBE for unlimited access to over 100 weekly articles and our comprehensive archive. For as little as £5 per week.

Registered users and subscribers SIGN IN here to continue