I did not really know where I can put this list of co-working / co-living spaces in the world. Some spaces are in the city, others in villages and rural areas. Same spaces are rent to individuals, as well as companies. Some entrepreneurs suggest companies should understand the new generation and allow them to work remotely. One of the projects allow people to spend time in six different location and I found already a co-working / co-living space in Morocco.
What I had in mind was more of something like https://www.auroville.org/
Co-living / co-working spaces
SunDesk is founded with the aim to give students, entrepreneurs, and professionals the opportunity to travel and work. Whether you're a seasoned digital nomad or just someone looking for a focused getaway, we provide a quiet space and the facilities for you to be at your most productive. Keep in touch with your clients, maintain your sales and meet fellow coworkers from all over the world.
Coworking in the Sun
Although mostly a co-working space, Coworking in the Sun in Tenerife does have a package that includes co-living. Each room houses three employees or students (you included) and includes a kitchen, one to two bathrooms, three bedrooms and DSL Internet throughout. Coworking in the Sun also offers Spanish classes and online marketing lessons.
Sende - nice
Experience the beauty of Galicia when living in a remodeled house at Sende. Digital nomads Edo and Maria founded Sende when they decided to stop in Northern Spain and fix up some old stone buildings and convert them into creative and co-living spaces. The location, just a half hour north of the border with Portugal, is ideal for biking, camping and hiking.
Sun and Co.
With co-working and co-living spaces, Sun and Co. in the Valencian Community region can house more than 20 remote workers. The four-story property dates back to the 19th Century but still features modern amenities, organic fruit and coffee , a barbeque, private rooms, and speedy Internet. With 20 workspaces, there’s always room to brainstorm.
The Entrepreneur House
The Entrepreneur House has a short-term program (two months maximum) for digital nomads who want to work and live in Barcelona. Residents get their own SIM card, visa help (as applicable), access to workshops and their own workspace. Make sure to ask about the Focus 55, a “mini ‘hackathon’ to work at a BIG goal” that lasts 55 hours.
Hub Fuerteventura Coworking & Hackspace
Located in Las Palmas, Hub Fuerteventura Coworking & Hackspace lets coders, designers, remote workers, bloggers, digital nomads and local professionals live in one space. Head down to the workspace anytime 24/7, taking advantage of the high-speed Internet. While living here, make sure to sign up for one of the many workshops that Hub Fuerteventura offers.
Another sunny co-living space is bedndesk in Mallorca. Each living space includes a double bedroom, a terrace on the roof and a kitchen. Along with Internet, residents can also use a 3D printer and a standard printer, a Skype room, a meeting room, a break room and a work desk.
WeWork have developed successful business models around the idea of space as a service.
Co-living startup Common has recently raised $7.5 million in Series A funding and has announced the opening of a 51-bedroom residence in Williamsburg, NYC. This is the company’s third building in the NYC borough of Brooklyn and the first ground-up development.
Outsite is a network of high-quality co-living spaces around the world for digital nomads and remote teams to live and work. we own our spaces so we can control the experience better. We don’t rely on other’s people homes or hotels. We also carefully curate our partners for the activities and we know the local community. They need to understand that the new generation want to have more freedom and the ability to work & travel at the same time. More companies need to make that possible for their employees. I am not only talking about fully remote companies but also about getting companies to let their employees enjoy that lifestlyle for a few weeks/ year. I actually cowrote a manifesto with Rodolphe from Remotive.io about it.low-margin business and very capital-intensive
Bali, Portugal & Surf
home to many innovative new start-ups, freelancers and students
excellent value co-living packages
A perfect place for people looking for an island break from the city or location independents seeking a friendly community of like minded people
Our family style environment
Denmark - nice!
home of opportunity for the creators, builders, and dreamers of tomorrow. We are 21 entrepreneurs living in four apartments in the heart of Copenhagen.
Haiti - Nice
Haiti Communitere Haiti Communitere has a grassroots approach that involves an active, experienced, on-the-ground presence with a focus on providing the resources, processes and tools required to empower local people and groups to take an active role in the renewal and strengthening of their own communities. In addition, we are committed to bridging the gap between individuals who are willing to help and organizations that can effect change. Central to that commitment is the notion that communication, information, and strategic partnerships are vital for strengthening local communities in their renewal.
Terminal 3 - nice hoo hoo \0/
is a semi-itinerant coworking and coliving space. Spend Six Months in Six Destinations.
Seoul, South Korea
co-working, co-living space that will fit up to 20 employees at a time when it launches. Founders Matthias Zeitler (who is a bit of a digital nomad himself)
The team at Casa Netural grew up scattered across Italy, and with their combined knowledge, they can help any nomad settle in comfortably. Located in Matera in Southern Italy, Casa Neutral attracts entrepreneurs, remote employees, startup founders, freelancers and more. Casa Netural is intended for short-term stays, which makes it perfect for group working vacations.
Pura Vida Hub
Pura Vida Hub offers both co-living and co-working spaces in Bucharest, making it the first of its kind in the country. The co-living area includes views of the city with a shared kitchen. The Hub boasts multiple high-speed Internet connections (note: Romanian Internet is fast, too), so video calls shouldn’t drop. And Pura Vida never closes its co-working space, so night owls can turn around big projects on tight deadlines.