Single people and couples served by coliving today aren’t the only groups feeling pain from the urban housing crisis. By many measures, families with young children have it worse. Families need lots of space, which is difficult to come by in major cities. And they’re often competing with groups of roommates for a limited inventory of two and three bedroom units. On top of all that, families with two working parents need to pay for childcare. A new urban housing product called Kin is being built with community at the core, designed to encourage sharing the joy and burden of raising children. With built-in shared childcare, programmed playspaces, and frequent family-oriented events, this developer is taking co-living to the next logical step.