Many Many Announces New Co-Living Space At Cloche d’Or

Henry, Many Many’s latest co-living space, opens its doors in January 2024 (© Many Many)

After dedicating more than two years to the project, Many Many, formerly known as Cocoonut, is ready to welcome the public to Henry, its new social living space at Cloche d’Or. 

In a housing market as unfavourable as Luxembourg’s, alternative living spaces are increasingly presenting themselves as a solution to the many problems faced by young urbanites. Henry, Many Many’s new co-living space at Cloche d’Or is one example.

Luxembourg City’s largest co-living space to date, Henry incorporates co-working spaces, a fitness area, a coffee shop, a retail outlet, and a rooftop terrace – all built to 4-star hotel standards, according to the company’s press release.

Seeking to define and redefine what it means to “live together”, co-founder Nicolas Legay and Aurélien Dobbels based their co-living spaces on studies of anthropologist Robin Dunbar and shared accommodation specialist Charles Durret.

Based on the latter, they limited the number of suites per flat to 5, the number of residents per floor to 15, and the number of residents in the building to 50. To finalise the math and increase their network of acquaintances, Many Many residents across the country can connect through a designated platform.

A look inside Henry’s co-living spaces (© Many Many)

With over 2,000 homes in the pipeline for Many Many, the startup is hoping that the state creates the right conditions for investors and interested parties. 

Private individuals or companies looking for accommodation may contact [email protected]. Open house visits will be organised soon.

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