Weave Living Co-Living Space Opens in Olympic

Hong Kong and Southeast Asia have seen a spike in the demand for co-working spaces over the past few years. Popular especially in congested cities like Hong Kong, they make an efficient solution to overpriced office rent and small start-ups which don’t need a huge space. An even more recent concept, co-living spaces serve a similar purpose—except, it’s for living. Tenants share kitchen and communal spaces (some share bathrooms), giving it a social and effortless vibe. Weave Living aims to do just that, by providing citizens with a fuss-free environment to live and socialise in. Expect comfort, convenience, and community, all in one living space. We stop by the co-living venue, to check out the facilities and accommodation.

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Weave Living


The co-living space has offices and co-living spaces in Singapore and Hong Kong. Founder and CEO Sachin Doshi has lived in India, Australia, and Hong Kong. He has an extensive background in global real estate. Weave Living aims to bring together a diverse community of global citizens into inspiring spaces, where they can thrive in a hassle-free city living environment.

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What to Expect


Weave Living currently has three locations in Hong Kong:

  1. Boundary—Prince Edward

  2. Baker—Hung Hom

  3. Anchor—Olympic

We visited the brand new Olympic location, perched only minutes away from the MTR station. The building is easily reachable via shopping mall, so you don’t have to sweat it out outside when heading in and out of home. There’s plenty of restaurants and shopping options, so it’s a very convenient location, like Weave Living’s other outposts.

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Facilities throughout the building include a communal kitchen, a games area, and lounge in the main area above the reception. There’s a sleek terrace area, which offers ample space for yoga sessions and socialising on the outdoor benches and chairs.

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Image courtesy of Mr Ping | Cha Siu Papers Times


Residents can make use of the laundry room—which features a retro games machine—and for those living on the top floors, there’s a VIP lounge area, exclusive to residents on the upper floors. There’s a coffee machine in there, too.

Image courtesy of Mr Ping | Cha Siu Papers Times


The rooms are chic and modern—minimalism is key. Interiors are sleek and easy to match any new furnishings with. There’s a Nordic-meets-Japanese aesthetic, which makes it feel clean and versatile. Potential residents can book a tour and choose between single rooms and double rooms. Prices start from HK$8,550/month for a 12-month plan.


Book a tour with Weave Living to find out more