Hong Kong’s Dash Living acquires Singapore’s Easycity

Hong Kong’s Dash Living has acquired Singapore’s Easycity to become one of the largest players in the Asia Pacific.
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Residential start-up Dash Living will have over 900 units across Hong Kong and Singapore with the new addition of 200 units from its Singapore entity.

In 2019, Dash Living received $10 million in a pre-series A funding round led by Mindworks.

Dash Living targets young urban professionals looking for affordability and flexibility in a city with a limited supply of reasonably priced housing.

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DashLiving also offers community services named “the Dash community” to connect members via an app that can be used to access rooms, common spaces, and discounts.

Conclusion

All-inclusive, affordable and flexible accommodation for millennials is a sizable problem which impacts the next generation. Being a millennial myself, I’m excited to share Dash’s offerings regionally beginning with Singapore,” Dash Living founder Aaron Lee said.

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