MORNING NEWS: Co-living, co-working and Brexit

Co-working and co-living are in the news this morning. Deutsche Bank is reported to have backed the buyout of the world’s largest purpose-built “co-living” building in west London, while SoftBank is in talks to plough more money into WeWork.

Elsewhere, Brexit uncertainty is troubling Telford Homes and the residential property market more generally according to the RICS.

And if you’re in the market for some new digs, Nick Candy’s $160m One Hyde Park penthouse is up for rent for half-a-million a month.

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SoftBank in talks to invest $10bn in WeWork

Deutsche Bank backs buyout of largest ‘co-living’ building

Brexit uncertainty taking toll on property market, experts say

Telford Homes shares drop after Brexit worries weaken sales

City of London Corporation plans to pedestrianise half of the Square Mile

Patisserie Holdings faces ‘£20m black hole’ found in accounts

Homes cost more using Help to Buy

Half-a-million a month to rent Nick Candy’s One Hyde Park penthouse