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The head of Dublin’s first co-living residence says he would be willing to engage with the government over the housing crisis.
Node has opened its first global flagship property on Fitzwilliam Square in the city centre.
It is a 51 bed residence consisting of one and two bed apartments which are described as ‘Instagram ready’.
Node CEO, Anil Khera, said they want to be part of the solution to make housing affordable.
"For us, what gets us is excited is actually bringing about a solution and do our part and I think the best way to do that is share our learnings", he said.