Stanza Living prepares social distancing norms in shared living

With students set to come back to accommodation, managed accommodation provider Stanza Living, has introduced stricter norms for them to ensure social distancing even in shared spaces.

From blocking access to potential spreaders, to keeping distance of six feet within the room, no touch food delivery and dining facility, and mandating Arogya Setu app, company is taking measure to avoid spread of virus in shared spaces.

“We already have people living at shared accommodation and the protocol has been implemented for them. Additionally, a detailed guideline has been protested for students who will now coming back,” said Anindya Dutta, MD and co-founder, Stanza Living.

Dutta also said that demand for rental and shared spaces likely to go up with people expecting to cut down on expenditure and they have added 3000 beds in the last three weeks.

The company has introduced round the clock quick response team, medical undertaking and travel history recording.

“We have received queries from availability of space from 18 colleges during lockdown. With education being a counter-cyclical segment; against the backdrop of a depressed employment market, people are expected to return to pursuing higher education opportunities in key education hubs of the country,” Dutta added.

Dutta said that developers, who are having unsold inventory, are likely to offer it for coliving.

Coliving, or a shared living, segment is a modern concept popular in metropolitan cities where like-minded people live in the same house with common kitchen, lounge, work area, etc. with private bedrooms and sometimes private bathrooms.


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