Urban Developer vSummit Recap

This article was originally published as a part of my role as Head of Content for Co-Liv, an international Coliving organization. View the original article here. Last week Co-Liv had the honor of sponsoring The Urban Developer Co-Living & Build-to-Rent vSummit based out of Australia, but attracting panelists and participants from across the world. The Urban Developer … Continue reading Urban Developer vSummit Recap


Coliving: The Ideal Living Solution During a Pandemic

What is the ideal living environment during a pandemic? When so much of what we take for granted is immediately taken away from us, what living solutions can best respond to our new list of wants and needs? In this article we'll make the case that Coliving communities, when compared with traditional living solutions, are better prepared to navigate macro-adversities such as a global pandemic due to economic, social, and safety advantages.

The Case for Small Gatherings

For Coliving operators, a big part of their value proposition is facilitating community gatherings that will lead to meaningful connections amongst their residents. In my discussions with Coliving professionals across the world, I have discovered countless elements to consider while planning a gathering. In this article, we'll dive into the issue of gathering size and attempt to discover what the ideal gathering size is for Coliving operators.

Coliving – Decreasing the Disadvantages of Modern Living

Part 4b of the Case for Coliving series covers how Coliving can Decrease the Network’s Disadvantages including political isolation, societal polarization, and curbing creativity. We also discuss how homogenous communities can affect Coliving and review strategies to ensure that Coliving companies create the best possible communities in today’s societies.

How We Live

Part 2 of the Case for Coliving series covers How We Live. We learn about the old American community called the Township and how it was built on a foundation of strong middle ring relationships. We then discover that many American communities have transformed to a new type of community called the Network that is based on strong inner and outer ring relationships.