This could be the answer for socially isolated millennials.
Above a coworking space in downtown Syracuse, 21 micro-units are under development in what will become a dorm-room-esque experiment in collective living. Each apartment will have a tiny kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and living space packed into 300 square feet. But outside the apartments is a common space, a chef’s kitchen, a game room and a TV room. The man behind the idea, Troy Evans, is even hiring a “social engineer” to facilitate harmony among roommates, according to the Atlantic.