A unique new student co-living project opens in Pilsen
A student housing shortage in one of the Czech major university towns has led to the creation of a new kind of shared accommodation. The unique Unicity Living complex offers fully equipped rental apartments in three contemporary-design residential buildings that combine modern amenities with the spirit of communal living.
The pioneering project lies near the campus of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, a city well known for its world-famous beer. Pilsen is located 90 kilometers west of Prague and is one of the major university cities. Similar to Prague and other big cities, Pilsen is also facing a student housing shortage.
The new co-living concept is designed for both studying and hanging out à la the classic university dorm model. Unicity offers furnished and stylishly decorated spaces with a reception desk that’s open 24/7, as well as a club room, an on-premises bakery and bistro, shared laundry room, sport facilities, and free wi-fi.
The pleasant setting is enhanced by well-tended greenery in the inner courtyard and around the buildings with a relaxation area, trees, and a shared garden with flower beds. As part of the co-living experience, regular social gatherings are organized for the renters to meet.
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