Smaller US cities are hoping to attract new residents now that remote work is on the rise. They plan on doing so by creating remote digital hubs within their communities and designing for a work-and-play environment.
Common, a co-living company, believes that now that people have increased flexibility about how and where they work, many workers are prioritizing their lifestyle and thinking about moving to areas that offer more outdoor activities.
Common hopes to create this type of communities and environments by creating designs that enable remote workers to have an ideal workspace setup without having to pay for an extra room.
The co-living company organized a competition that aimed to identify locations and concepts for remote work hbus that would provide housing + workspace for digital nomads.