Bengaluru: Home rental network Nestaway is diversifying its offerings. The Bengaluru-based firm on Thursday said it will foray into the co-living and student housing space through its independent subsidiary The Hello World.
Hello World is currently present in 15 cities including Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Pune. Customers will have access to their own private space, community gatherings in their buildings, smart-tech security systems, housekeeping, concierge service, zero brokerage fee, among others.
“The millennial population in India prefers to stay in a community where they not only share space but also share their interests, passions, and dreams," said Jitendra Jagadev, founder of The HelloWorld. “We host community events that bind the residents together."
The Hello World co-living product is aimed at building communities for students and urban migrants. It will provide residents with all amenities required when moving to a new city. A Hello World membership will also allow them access to engaging community activities, weekly gatherings, and an online community to exchange conversations, common interests and meet like-minded people.