THIS is a first look inside a new six-storey living and working development in Brighton.

Brundell Property Group has launched its new Kosy Co Living - a new 83-bed co-living and co-working development in Brighton.

Situated on Melbourne Street the development is expected to create more than 100 jobs for the city.

Residents of the new co-living building will enjoy a private room with an en-suite shower room, access to a shared kitchen and living area plus multiple communal areas and amenities.

This includes access to a resident's lounge, free use of the on-site gym and fitness classes, an impressive roof terrace and free use of a large co-working space which also has a café open to the public.

A total of 120 co-working spaces have been included in the design to suit a variety of professions.

Paul Brundell, CEO of Brundell Property Group and Kosy Co Living said: “Co-living seeks to build community, encourage social exchange across diverse groups and promote the sharing of skills, experiences and ideas.

"The co-living concept at Melbourne Street represents a 21st Century take on the old and ever-evolving form of intentional community.

“How we live and work is changing. Our building has been designed in response to that with location, people and community in mind.

"Giving residents the ability to enjoy their own privacy and serenity yet have a multitude of spaces and amenities to socialise, meet new people and work with unlimited access to our multifaceted co-working facilities.”

It comes after a recent study from Mashroom found 60 per cent of workers in London said they are reconsidering their living situation and seeking a better quality of life due to the coronavirus crisis.

Brighton and Hove proved to be the most popular destination, with 30 per cent naming it their top choice to move to. 43 per cent are craving cheaper living costs, while 42 per cent said they wanted to be by the sea.

Construction works begins in November 2021 and the building is set to be complete by 2023.