Shophouses being restored as co-living and commercial spaces

Restoration work being carried out at one of the six council shophouses in Kimberly Street, George Town. — Photos: ASRI ABDUL GHANI/The Star

A ROW of six shophouses in Kimberly Street in Penang is set to be a model project for co-living (shared living) and commercial spaces.

The RM3.6mil project scheduled for completion in June will allow for commercial activity and co-living within shophouses located at the George Town heritage enclave.

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