Competitive Advantage

Construction Models

Urban Model

This is our larger prototype that is designed to flexibly fit in high-density areas with higher walkability/bike-ability. It will contain a higher count of residential apartments and will have a larger amount of square footage dedicated to retail space as well as co-working offices. This model has the option to fit on smaller lot sizes if needed.


  • Between 5-7 levels
  • Underground level of the parking option
  • Ground level: retail & office space
  • Second level: co-working space
  • Third level and up: residential apartments
  • Apartment Count: 100+ units

Neighborhood Model

This is our smaller prototype that is designed to fit in less dense urban communities. It will be majority residential apartments with a smaller amount of square footage dedicated to retail/office space. This model will have an overall lower building cost.


  • Between 3-5 levels
  • Surface lot parking
  • Ground level: retail & co-working space
  • Second-level and up: residential apartments
  • Apartment Count: 80-100 units
  • Cost-effective option

Target Markets

Where to go next?

18 Hour Cities

“The term 18-hour city is used to describe a second-tier city with attractive amenities, higher-than-average population growth, and a lower cost of living and cost of doing business.”

Location Demand

These cities are experiencing an economic boom. The appeal living in an 18-hour city is a slower-paced lifestyle, but still offers urban living amenities and good job opportunities. Our model is perfect for the evolution of tenant demand in markets like these.

Tenant Dynamic

We have tenants in our communities that prove people are moving from coast to coast to be a part of 18-hour cities. Whether they have been brought to the city for work opportunities, to be closer to family, to “downsize” cities, or to go on an adventure, co-living is appealing to the nomadic lifestyle.