Like finding a long term rental (1 month+) and sharing. It would definitely be a great way to split the costs and be a part of a social group. Yes, there are coliving spaces but I can’t find them everywhere. They are extremely limited and somewhat expensive as well. Something similar to colive.co (It is down now and usually not that active).
The concept of “ownership” as we know it is quickly changing. Traditionally, we’ve been tied to the idea of possession, paying for products and services outright or taking years (or decades) to pay off a home mortgage or car loan. Nowadays, everything seems to be available for rent or subscription.
Remote Year program sends participants around the world as they continue to work.
I’ve seen a number of posts about people’s experiences as participants of Remote Year, but I’m wondering if anyone can share their experience in any other remote coworking program. Terminal 3 and The Remote Experience both seem more attractive to me than Remote Year based on price, flexibility, and accommodations, but I haven’t been able to find any detailed personal accounts. Perhaps that’s just because these other programs are younger.
Communal living is hardly a departure from tradition—it’s a return to how humans have been making their homes for thousands of years.
An inspiring getaway experience in exotic locations for carefully selected entrepreneurs, startup enthusiasts and digital nomads.
We decided to take a deep look at co-living: the past, present, and future of this industry we are proud to be a part of.
Nomad Pass enables professionals to work remotely from anywhere around the world. With your pass you can access listings of unique places around the world where you can live and work from, and connect to a community of professionals just like you so you’ll never feel lonely on the road.
An international community experience for remote workers interested in living in new places and learning new skills.
The overlap between co-living and co-working is no coincidence. Co-living startups are hoping that they can do to residential accommodation what co-working did to office space: attract young people to shared spaces, subverting the economics of real estate by offering access over ownership.
Thousands applied for the inaugural class of travel start-up Remote Year. Here’s what happened to the 68 people who went.
The last 5 weeks I stayed at roam.co in Bali, a new and aspiring coliving startup from New York. I was so blown away by the experience and fascinated by the whole concept that I decided to write a quick post about my time there to share the experience with everybody. My stay there also brought up many thoughts about the future of living.
Co-working has been a popular option for many start-ups over the last few years. The new trend on the scene, however, is co-living, but will it take off in the same way?
Those Millennial-filled compounds aren’t all that different from 19th-century boarding houses.
Offsite Immersive is a week long coworking retreat in the south of Portugal where 18 professionals get together to balance work days with meaningful experiences! It’s a time and place to feel energised and inspired, focus on personal or professionals projects, explore ideas through collective thinking and collaboration.
Roam is an experimental coliving and coworking community testing the boundaries between work, travel and life adventure.
Terminal 3 offers you the opportunity to travel for six months with a community of 30 working professionals. Are you interested in truly immersing yourself in new cultures, connecting with locals and networking with business ecosystems across the world? If you answered yes Terminal 3 is for you.
The expression “coliving” may bring up memories of bad roommates, cramped quarters, and college dorms. In reality, coliving is still focused on coworking—it just allows those using the space to sleep, eat, and play.
Join our 10 day residency program, our weekend retreats or bring your team for an offsite.
Find coworking and coliving spaces for you and your startup’s team to retreat to.
Nomad House builds spaces where digital nomads can live work and retreat together.
Remote year allows participants to enjoy all of the benefits of traveling without many of the risks. The program will spend one month in 12 different locations through the world. This will give participants an opportunity to deeply connect with the local culture and business ecosystem through bursts of stability, while remaining short enough to avoid growing stale.
CoNomads helps you meet and co-live together with other like-minded individuals and take your business to the next level.
Coliving & working for digital nomads.
Coboat is an 82ft retrofitted sailing catamaran and floating coworking space. Circumnavigating the globe and exploring uncharted waters, Coboat will be home and office for up to 20 digital nomads as they collectively set out on a sea-faring adventure combining life, work and play.
Sunny Office offers coworking holidays in sunny places with a group of authentic and passionate freelancers and entrepreneurs from all over Europe. Sunny Office is organized by a small team of entrepreneurs located in Germany and Spain. Our goal is to bring exceptional people to beautiful, inspirational places where they can truly connect and make the most of being location-independent.
Enter Nomad Pad. Imagine a world where picking up and moving for a month is a breeze. You land in a new city with the perfect home set up for building your digital empire. Equipt with new friends, a comfortable bed and everything needed to rock the nomad lifestyle. No lease, no commitment, and no headache.