Dash Living, a serviced apartment operator in Hong Kong and Singapore, has combined forces with hotel group Ovolo, to launch two new Hong Kong projects in Aberdeen and Sheung Wan.
The Aberdeen by Dash Living, soon-to-be converted from Mojo Nomad By Ovolo, offers 79 rooms ranging from studios to executive suites. The 56-room The Sheung Wan By Ovolo, only remaining under Ovolo’s management for stays under seven days, will offer units from studio, one-bedroom, to family room options.
The Aberdeen by Dash Living will include communal areas spanning across three floors including a lounge, a living area, a movie-viewing space, a common kitchen, a laundry, a gym and an entertainment terrace. The management will be similar to that for a hotel, but for co-living long stays. The Sheung Wan by Ovolo includes a gym and laundry room for residents as well as a Mexican restaurant, Te Quiero Mucho.
Tenants in Aberdeen and Sheung Wan will also have access to a variety of lifestyle perks. For example, Dash Living provides free access to a variety of co-working spaces, free professional fitness centre membership, a multitude of wellness, dining and shopping options with discounts, and more. As well, Dash Living offers regular tenant events including collaborations with local partners for activities such as yoga, baking and fitness.
Dash Living, founded by serial entrepreneur Aaron Lee in 2014, now manages and operate over 1,300 units across serviced apartments, co-living homes and hotel rooms across Asia.
Meanwhile, the Ovolo Group was founded by entrepreneur Girish Jhunjhnuwala and first entered the real estate market in 2002; then further expanded into the hotel industry in 2010. It owns and operates 12 hotels across Hong Kong, Australia and Bali.