DORM: New-generation housing for Indonesia’s tech-savvy, community-driven students

DORM's Bale Siswa property in Jatinangor Area © DORM

Combining online features with offline services, DORM goes way beyond what the market typically offers in student accommodation 

A group of overseas-educated startup veterans in Jakarta is offering local tertiary students a new, tech-enabled form of shared accommodation tailored for their lifestyle and priorities, with elements such as co-working and co-creation, healthy meals, and online services from booking and payments to Netflix.Their startup, DORM, was launched in September 2019, and aims to more than double its housing supply to over 1,000 single-occupancy rooms by the first half of this year. It had 400 rooms as of end-2020 across West Java (Bandung and Jatinangor) and Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang and Bekasi...
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