New Orleans Selected as Finalist Location for Remote Work Hub – Bloomberg CityLab
The co-living company Common has announced the cities vying to host the company’s “Remote Work Hub,” aimed at snaring digital nomads fleeing more expensive markets.
In August, the co-living company Common released a request for proposals from U.S. cities that wanted to host a “Remote Work Hub” — a kind of office-plus-apartment complex aimed at young digital nomads. This week the company announced five winners of this quasi-competition, who will now move on to the workshop phase: Developers in New Orleans; Bentonville, Arkansas; Ogden, Utah; Rocky Mount, North Carolina; and Rochester, New York. Their prize is design expertise and a marketing boost from the Common team…
NOLA Top 10 “Best U.S. Place to Live Car-Free”
A new study by Citylab has found that the New Orleans region is one of the best large metros in America in which to live without a car.
14 Things to Know About Living in New Orleans
14 Things to Know About Living in New Orleans Considering moving to New Orleans? The Big Easy is one of the most iconic cities in the South, thanks to its vibrant live music scene, gorgeous architecture, Cajun and Creole cultural influences, and—of course—the city’s legendary Mardi Gras celebrations. But what’s it like to live there? […]