These stunning New York-style apartments are coming to Dublin next month
We want in.
An international development company is bringing the first co-living apartments to Dublin in March and they look beautiful.
Co-living is aimed at young adults and sees residents having their own bedrooms but sharing communal spaces with one another, similar to student living.
The concept has been compared to Monica's apartment in Friends and is being hailed as a solution to Ireland's rental crisis.
Located in a Georgian building on Fitzwilliam Square in Dublin, the 'boutique' apartment block contains 51 bedrooms and will be decked out with smart home devices, a retro-style SMEG fridge and mid-century furniture.
Among the communal spaces at Dublin's Node apartment will be a pretty swanky looking rooftop garden.
Bedrooms start from €1,350 per person per month all-inclusive (including bills and wifi), and differ between two or three-bed apartments.
The building's 'community curator' will have the final say on tenants.
Potential renters must include their social media profiles with their application and will have to sign up for at least a six month lease.
Node Living, the group behind the project, has similar successful developments in New York City, Toronto, LA, London and Manchester.
"Our communities are comprised of smart creatives who are shaping the world we live in and who live globally mobile lives," said Node co-founder and CEO Anil Khera.
"We feel Dublin is a perfect city for node given its openness, creative and entrepreneurial heart and we are very excited for what is possible here in the long-term."