Mura Living Joins UKAA As A Member

BTR brand and operator Mura Living creates homes that complement residents and their lives. Residents can live with less effort and more ease in prime urban areas with excellent infrastructure.

The team launching Mura Living is a major UK based operator of serviced apartments, with over 20 years’ experience in corporate hospitality with their brand Flying Butler Apartments. The move to operating residential apartments is a natural fit which lends to their proven expertise and legacy. With plans for a pipeline across the UK, the team aims to expand to around 5000 BTR units over the next 5-7 years.

The name Mura originates in Japan and the interior design of Mura Living homes is a perfect balance of Japanese simplicity blended with Scandinavian natural design to create a ‘Japanordic’ aesthetic. With an atmosphere of warmth and comfort, with a minimalist approach, the contemporary design of Mura Living apartments helps residents relax and unwind.

Mura Living’s first launch ‘Hamilton Apartments’ has opened its doors in the centre of Hemel Hempstead. Designed around the brand’s unique philosophy of considered living, Hamilton Apartments offer an elevated rental experience for discerning residents. Intuitive, contemporary spaces bring a sense of calm to a busy world, services anticipate needs and the layout encourages community and wellbeing.

A community culture with free communal amenities are part of the package for residents. Amenities include a gym and wellness space, a residents’ lounge with co-working zone, a large dining / kitchen area for communal eating experiences and (soon to come) a media / cinema room.

The welcoming and stylish entrance lobby features a front desk with concierge and a range of services are available to guests with 24/7 point of contact as well as a secure parcel drop off and collection service. Community Managers are on hand that support any request and are at the ready to help. Maintenance is on-site and there are housekeeping services should residents request it.