coliving projectsa list of purposeful shared spaces we can take a share in
- ⛺️ Workations (short-term)
- 💶 Investments (dividends)
- 📍 Base (longer-term & dedicated)
- 🧚 Founders
- 🎪 Community
- 💼 Commercial
- 🔎 Scouting
- 🤗 Dynamism — diverse and accepting
- 🤝 Intentional — directed and purposeful
- 🌲 Rural
- 🏡 Semi-rural
- 🏙 Urban
- 🔀 Exchanges
Conversion of a mill, balancing nature and facilities.
14 studios and rooms, plus pods
~€2.9k/mo/share for ensuite; ~€300/mo/expenses;
Conversion of village house immersed in the Italian alps.
11 rooms (shared; private possible)
~€1.8k/mo/share for bed; ~€75/mo/expenses
High-spec and sustainable, rural yet close to a city.
€6k+/mo/share for ensuite; likely min investment of 6 months
Cabin park, using high-spec container conversions, in California.
~$10k/mo/share for cabin; ~$300/mo/expenses
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These projects offer us the ability to be stakeholders and co-owners of the spaces that we use. Typically as fractional ownership i.e. you buy into the space for a month or however long per year at-cost (utilities) or at a reduced rate versus rental. Some are commercial through a management company charging for the services provided, others are collaborative efforts (such as a co-op) with variable cost contributions and participatory decision-making.
Models can vary significantly, however booking and use must be flexible thus any model with fixed periods per owner (e.g. timeshares) are specifically excluded.
Naturally when people get together to create spaces, we have different ideas so check your intentions before committing. 👍 Some offer dedicated units (e.g. like cohousing yet more shared spaces) allowing you to use it as a base or more typical home, others look after all decorations and equipment as in a serviced-apartment.
Spaces are expected to align with the basic Hub House requirements (capacity + dedicated workspace + fractional/flexible co-ownership). Plus its values (diversity + dynamism) — not all intentional communities have both, it can be assumed that any community with a singular focus likely has but one of these. Projects with entirely dedicated ownership will not be listed above, however may join the Hub House network if they have a centralised rental mechanism, thus supporting the values.
Hub House is attempting to define approaches that suit many projects, including the potential to exchange time between locations. The Hub House model and co-op rules are open and may by be employed by any project. We also aim to provide a platform supporting spaces and their communities.
Conceptual projects are not listed above, they must either have confirmed backers (may just be the founders), a property, or an active and engaged community ready to promote and back it.
No ownership stakes, instead actually go visit to get a taste for the lifestyle!
These projects may not yet have defined their offerings or may even have been abandoned.
Feasibility study, no specific ownership pitch available
Joint ownership manorhouse; not fractional but plausible; first candidate property was sold
~€150k for dedicated ensuite; around 20 rooms
Expansive vision, website offline; progress on first newbuild property in Switzerland but transitioned to only retreats not co-ownership
Concept property network pitch; no offer available
Conceptual land acquisition by a diverse community of adventurous folks, probably allowing tinyhomes but likely to require collaboration for fractional
These are not offering fractional ownership yet are interesting projects.
Converted monastery/university hall in Italian countryside; events/retreats only
An investment offer was previously available circa €100k for event use; 14 rooms
Current project being transitioned
€750k for multi-room 33% project stake; 8 rooms
Projects demonstrating related principles of potential interest to project creators and operators.