Phase II images released of Brighton’s first co-living urban village

Kosy Co Living release new images of Enterprise Point, Phase two of Brighton’s first co-living urban village.

Kosy Co Living's Enterprise Point co-living scheme | BTR News
Kosy Co Living's Enterprise Point co-living scheme.

Plans are well underway to deliver Brighton’s first ever co-living and co-working urban village which will consist of 429 studio apartments across three adjacent property sites on Melbourne Street and Lewes Road. New images of Enterprise Point have now been released, Kosy Co Living’s second phase of the scheme which will deliver 278 studio apartments with shared communal areas.

Enterprise Point studio apartment - Kosy Co Living | BTR News
Enterprise Point studio apartment.

Kosy Co Living is part of the Kosy Living group, who announced their partnership with Maven Capital Partners and Puma Property Finance for phase one of the co-living scheme on Melbourne Street earlier this year. Both phase one and Enterprise Point will welcome its first residents in 2024.

Street view of Enterprise Point co-living scheme in Brighton - Kosy Co Living | BTR News
Street view of Enterprise Point.

Residents at the co-living scheme will have unlimited access to a wide range of modern facilities and amenities which include co-working areas, fitness and wellness suites, café/dining options, a cinema, games and leisure room and outdoor spaces including gardens, BBQ areas and a roof garden terrace.

Residents will also benefit from an all-inclusive rental package that includes housekeeping, all bills and utilities, and 24/7 access to the co-working facilities and events – all covered in the single monthly rent payment.

Enterprise Point co-living scheme - Kosy Co Living | BTR News
Enterprise Point co-living scheme.

“With phase one ready to begin, we are thrilled to release our vision for the second phase of our co-living urban village. This will be a truly unique living option for Brighton and will attract local professionals and graduates who are keen to stay in the city – a vital part of solving the housing shortage whilst helping retain its skilled working population.

“Our development will be transformative for this area by improving the public realm along Melbourne Street and regenerating a run-down brownfield site. There will be better pedestrian areas and cycle-friendly pathways, new green spaces, new dining options and co-working spaces for locals.”

Paul Brundell, CEO, Kosy Living
Enterprise Point co-living development - Kosy Co Living | BTR News
Enterprise Point co-living development.

Kosy Living was established in response to demographic shifts, lifestyle changes and concerns voiced on affordable housing. The group specialises in the alternative residential sectors which include co-living, student accommodation, Build to Rent, later living and care homes.