Developer opens first co-living campus in Ann Arbor for professionals

Prentice 4M is located at 830 Henry Street in Ann Arbor. (Prentice 4M)

ANN ARBOR – Developer Prentice 4M has launched its first campus in Ann Arbor that aims to help professionals create a unique work-life balance.

The four-story campus boasts 37,500 square feet of living space and 11 move-in ready co-living townhomes with 63 furnished en suite bedrooms.

Several tech-forward co-working spaces are located throughout the campus to address individual and team needs.

Townhouse amenities include:

  • Keyless entry from LATCH on all doors
  • Multi-functional common area
  • Professional grade kitchens
  • 1 gig fiber high speed network
  • 24/7 network security and technical support from Stellar Broadband
  • A 58-kW solar panel array that offsets a significant portion of the building’s energy consumption
  • A fleet of Teslas for member use
  • All-inclusive rent with concierge-style services and weekly cleanings

“4M is an innovative lifestyle concept where living, working, and transportation are bundled for the convenience of members in a campus designed to form community and relationships,” Margaret Poscher, CEO and co-founder of Prentice 4M said in a release. “We are proud to offer an ecosystem that elevates the experience of our members in meaningful ways.”

According to a release, 4M is the first co-living, co-working and shared mobility campus in the state. As many professionals shift to a hybrid work model, 4M will have 6,000 square feet of collaborative work space for its members to take advantage of.

Its campus also includes five ZOOM-enabled private conference rooms and podcast and video production studios.

“We’ve dedicated ourselves to the curation of positive experiences,” said Poscher in a release. “Whether our members stay with us for 30 days or a full year, we want to ensure they have everything they need to thrive.”

The campus also features a 7,500 square foot space called The Flex for social activities, pop-up events, networking, fitness classes and more.

With public transit just down the street, 4M members can also enjoy its pay-as-you-go campus-owned Teslas, charge and launch pads for scooters and bikes and shared transportation shuttles.

“Our shared mobility services are better for the environment and cost-effective, without a need to sacrifice your mobility. It’s a triple-win,” said Poscher in a release.

Additionally, 4M has tailored packages for startups and established companies seeking to expand.

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Meredith has worked for WDIV since August 2017 and was voted one of Washtenaw County's best journalists in 2019 by eCurrent's readers. She covers the community of Ann Arbor and has a Master's degree in International Broadcast Journalism from City University London, UK.