As the population of the Earth soars, urban centers grow more densely packed and hectic. From
1950 until 2018, the number of city residents has grown from 751 million to 4.2 billion, and this
trend is expected to continue for the foreseeable future. By 2050, the United Nations estimates
70% of the world's population will live in urban areas. If you thought finding a seat on your
commuter train was difficult now, just imagine the headache it will be after a few decades.
With the issues of congestion and urbanization, millennials and younger generations entering the
workforce in more flexible and creative ways seek out new options for creating their own place
in the world. Without compromising access to necessary technology and other benefits, they are
discovering remote smart working spaces where they can pool their resources and gain extra
This is where NomadDigitali
Our goal is to develop a strong group of digital nomads who turn to co-living opportunities as a
way to increase quality of living while maintaining independence. Instead of flocking to the
urban centers like so many others, we believe short-term, modular housing rental communities in
rural and remote areas provide a better chance for a brighter future.
Digital nomads with the flexibility to live anywhere with access to Internet connection have the opportunity to solve the problems of modern life in creative and unique ways.
Home Ownership is Rarely an Option
Prices for single-family homes have increased seven times faster than the wages earned by young
adults in the UK. This same incredible disparity exists all around the world. Young people
starting out, especially those who start their own digital businesses or freelance, simply cannot
afford a house.
Co-living offers a chance to become independent while maintaining an economic
safety net formed by mutual benefit. A shared-living community in a remote region has lower
initial costs than an urban home. While maintaining appropriate privacy, shared spaces like
kitchens and laundry rooms are easily managed by the group.
Shared space is just the beginning. A remote community of digital nomads spends less on
groceries through bulk purchases, shares tools and equipment for less waste and expense, and
support each other through a diverse range of skills and interests. These things not only decrease
costs but also increase efficiency and promote greener living.
Lack of Single-Family Living Spaces
For many young adults moving to the cities, a "single family" is more likely to include one single
person. The societal pressure to live alone and maintain absolute independence has led to a
severe lack of houses, condos, apartments, and other dwellings. As the urban population
continues to explode, construction of new homes would need to expand considerably. There is
simply not enough space, money, or workers to make this happen, never mind the infrastructure
needed to support all the new city residents.
The world has gone digital, which leads to higher degrees of connectivity than ever before. This
type of online community could expand easily to the real world with a push for more co-living
situations. Later marriage ages, increased divorce rates, and peer encouragement leads to more
people living alone than ever before. Even with the numbers increasing, the desire for
community does not go away.
Solution – The development of more shared living spaces promotes the idea that joining a
community of like-minded individuals is a great way to live and thrive. While managing multiple
roommates in a single-family dwelling presents considerable challenges, residences specifically
designed for co-living solve the problems perfectly. These clever spaces balance the desire for
privacy with a comfortable and cohesive space for social living.
HEALTH & Life
Mental Health & Quality of Life Issues
The Happiness Research Institute in Copenhagen tracks global trends in personal satisfaction and
well-being. Despite all the advancements of this modern age, the levels of unhappiness continue
to rise along with the world's population and separation enforced by an increased reliance on
digital communication rather than true togetherness.
Investigations into countries where happiness remains higher showcased some obvious reasons.
Mental health and strong communities were positively linked again and again. Independence and
reliance on social media and digital contact created a separation from the benefits of human
relationships. Urban density does not translate to a feeling of togetherness or belonging. In fact,
changes that frequently go along with this type of move often lead to increased isolation and
Solution – Co-living for digital nomads and other professionals who do not need to go to a city
office or other workplace every day represents the simplest solution for these quality-of-life
issues. Again and again, studies show that millions of people around the world feel lonely a lot
of the time. By creating mutually beneficial multi-person dwellings in a positive community
setting, the residents automatically improve the chance at developing relationships that can get
rid of these issues. Positive socialization and the formation of close relationships improve mental
and even physical health. Warm and welcoming shared-living spaces in beautiful remote areas
offer the perfect opportunity.
While some people may imagine 1960s communes when they think of co-living communities,
the modern take on sharing spaces creates a much different picture. NomadDigitali seeks to
develop the best solution for remote smart working in smaller get sufficient communities that
grow in some of the loveliest world regions of Europe.
Digital nomads already know about the global upswing in a sharing economy. Peer-led service
apps and gig-focused careers represent this new approach to sharing the world. Living together
in shorter-term rental communities with a focus on communal spaces and mutual reliance is just
another step in this new way of doing things.
Young professional and creative workers today value experience and connections over
ownership. With the lack and extreme costs of independent living situations, investors and
organizations like NomadDigitali look to new opportunities for development. Ambitious goals
serve unique needs in this modern world. The solution is functional, affordable, eco-friendly, and
mentally healthy community projects to serve remote smart working people were looking for
their perfect place.
We need to think hard about new potential ways of living, so we can use today’s challenge as an opportunity to re-imagine how we might live tomorrow.
We aren’t building enough affordable housing to keep up with the very high demand. House prices are rising fast in almost every city, while the IMF says incomes have failed to keep up with the property market, meaning it has become much harder for ordinary people – not to mention students to find an affordable and quality places to live in comfort.
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A: Yes! One of the principles that we are emphasizing at NomaDigitali is
inclusiveness. We are open to people of all backgrounds, and we are striving to
establish our communities as centers of diversity.
Q: Will NomaDigitali remain confined to Europe?
A: Although our first location is in Italy, we intend to expand the NomaDigitali
movement all around the world, building communities anywhere one seems it will fit
Q: What differentiates NomaDigitali from other community initiatives?
A: While other community initiatives tend to revolve around major metropolitan
areas, we are setting NomaDigitali communities in rural areas, facilitating a return to
nature for all of our community members.
Q: What will living arrangements look like at NomaDigitali communities?
A: Our community members will inhabit modular homes, which means that people
whom the housing market blocked out will have a shot at claiming a space as their
Q: Is there a specific growth timeline for NomaDigitali?
A: Although we plan to open our first community by Q2 2021, we are not putting any
other hard deadlines on ourselves. We are going to move through this process
diligently, setting up NomaDigitali communities based on what we know we can