The Wall Street Journal on Co-Living and Co-Working in Chattanooga


Smaller cities hoping to attract startup companies are finding that hip co-working space isn’t always enough—some young professionals also want co-living spaces.
 
Lamp Post Properties, the real-estate unit of venture-capital firm Lamp Post Group, invested $8 million to renovate a 120-year-old, four-story historic building in downtown Chattanooga, Tenn., into apartments and is offering flexible leases to people willing to share working spaces.
 
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