Are co-living spaces the logical next step for startup founders and employees?
Interesting food for thought. I can see both sides of the situation. On one hand, if your focus is on work and trying to get an idea off the ground against all odds, being close to where you're working and having a lot of the complexities of everyday life taken care of for you could seem very attractive indeed. On the other hand though, it does seem a bit dystopian, in that there's little variation in the environment and situations that you would have daily exposure to in such a situation, which is one of the most valuable parts of living independently in a city at a certain point in your life. It almost strikes me as a monastic, in a slightly twisted modern way.