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European Co-Living Company Raises
$300M For Substantial U.S. Expansion 
The world's biggest co-living company has secured funding to drive its U.S. expansion. Quarters, a subsidiary of Germany-based Medici Living Group, announced on Wednesday that it has secured $300M in funding from a combination of Medici and W5 Group, the family office of Ralph Winter. The money will be spent over the next three years to launch co-living locations in New York, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Denver, Austin, Seattle and Miami. 


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