The internet allows many of us to travel and work anywhere in the world, but it’s not always as easy as that. Sometimes we need facilities which aren’t available online and where do you stay while working? Roam, the worlds first co-living provider has been set up to solve the problem.
Roam residents can access communal live-work spaces for $500 a week. With properties in Bali, Madrid, Miami, and expanding to Bueno Aires and London, the start-up combines communal live-work spaces with private bedrooms and bathrooms, so residents can create their own perfect mix of socialising, work and private time.
By signing a lease with Roam, residents have access to a room in any of the company’s properties around the world. All of the Roam properties offer meeting rooms, space for events and classes, a shared kitchen, and dining areas
It’s an interesting idea, and perhaps worth looking at for the footloose.