Kosy Co Living brings forward plans for Brighton’s Sky Towers co-living scheme. The two neighbouring buildings will become an iconic landmark as Brighton’s tallest buildings, with an abundance of features for residential, business and public use.
Kosy Co Living releases initial images of what the Sky Towers will look like, as they seek to deliver architecturally impressive structures to complement their status as the tallest buildings in the city.
The multi-use development will deliver 432 studio apartments with co-living and co-working areas for residents. Plans also include 20 affordable housing units.
Both Sky Towers will have an accessible top-storey restaurant and sky bar with sea and city views. Two publicly accessible gardens will be located at ground level, and the scheme will include office space, a studio/workshop space and an active public thoroughfare with shops and cafés.
To make the Sky Towers scheme as environmentally friendly and sustainable as possible, the team are currently exploring various methods including the use of construction and demolition (C&D) materials and other recycled materials, and low-carbon and sophisticated IoT (Internet-of-Things) technologies to help reduce energy consumption, to ensure the buildings operate to maximum efficiency.
“We are excited to bring forward our plans to transform and bring a new lease of life to a well-located area within Brighton which will be our second co-living and co-working scheme in the city.
“Brighton is such a vibrant and exciting place to live and work, however there remains a shortfall of housing. Co Living is a great solution as it contributes to the local council’s housing supply targets. Our multi-use development will offer something for everyone whether it be a home, place to work, places to dine, enjoy the shops or relax and unwind in our green spaces.”Paul Brundell, CEO, Kosy Living
Sky Towers is Kosy Co Living’s second co-living scheme in Brighton. The company unveiled plans for its first co-living scheme in Brighton earlier this year, in a partnership with Maven Capital Partners and Puma Property Finance. A couple of months later, images were released of phase two of the urban village, named Enterprise Point.