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  • Working where you live in Germany
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Working where you live in Germany

Long hours in an unfamiliar city can be isolating, but German real estate developer Christoph Gröner has an idea; combining leisure and work. His 'vertical villages' are rented to companies seeking out houses for employees, while temporary rooms can be used for potential future hires.

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