What the coronavirus pandemic means for the developer of San Jose’s massive ‘co-living’ project

Silicon Valley Business Journal   |   Matthew Niksa

Posted In — News & Press | In the News

How do you practice social distancing in a building that’s designed to offset social isolation?

It’s a question that co-living developers and providers have had to grapple with amid the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis, which is challenging the business model and the growth prospects of companies that provide tenants with a room and access to shared spaces such as kitchens, laundry rooms and patios.

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