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NEW YORK CITY—The shared economy wants to come to your living room. The New York City-based co-living company Common is expanding to Philadelphia, Atlanta, San Diego and Pittsburg in the next three years. Common is planning to spend more than $300 million in building ground-up developments in those four cities. Co-living offers a bit more privacy but shares some of the same concepts of dormitory living. It’s focused on adults interested in creating a residential community with affordable rents.

Betsy Kim

Betsy Kim was the bureau chief, East Coast, and New York City reporter for Real Estate Forum and GlobeSt.com. As a lawyer and journalist, Betsy has worked as the director of editorial and content for LexisNexis Lawyers.com, a TV/multi-media journalist for NBC and CBS affiliated TV stations in the Midwest, and an associate producer at Court TV.

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