Hmlet, a Singapore-based coliving company opens a new location on Austin Avenue in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon. 

The leading flexible living company in Asia, Hmlet, has opened a new space in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong offering 38 fully-furnished accommodations with a range of options for residents at every life stage. With footprints across Singapore, Hong Kong, and Japan, the latest addition to the Hmlet portfolio commemorates its continued expansion across the region. 

Singaporean Flexible Living Company Hmlet Opens New Apartment in Tsim Sha Tsui

Hmlet Austin Avenue boasts beautiful harbour views and is conveniently situated in the recreational hub of Tsim Sha Tsui. Members of the new location will be able to enjoy its proximity to Kowloon’s many cultural hubs, restaurants, and nightlife hotspots.

“Hmlet Austin Avenue exemplifies our commitment to explore the unordinary. We aim to create impact in everyday living and make Hmlet a preferred choice for future-forward thinkers in search of a purposeful and progressive lifestyle. Our expertise in short and long term stays caters perfectly to the growing demand for flexible lease options that reflect the increasingly nomadic preferences of Hmlet’s savvy membership base. Collaborations with landlords in Hong Kong are gaining momentum with our track record of over 90 per cent occupancy providing a resilient income stream despite the challenging business environment,” said the CEO of Hmlet, Giselle Makarachvili.

Singaporean Flexible Living Company Hmlet Opens New Apartment in Tsim Sha Tsui

Coliving is a fresh change for many, especially when new to a city or for those seeking to meet like-minded individuals. Hmlet disrupts the home rental market by offering a curated, cost-effective, and hassle-free solution through their stylish and accessible spaces.  

The Singapore-founded flexible living concept aims to offer customised and designer solutions that are affordable and hassle-free. Hmlet fosters collaborative communities where everyone feels a true sense of belonging without the confines of a traditional home.


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