Yoko Village is a remote work community located in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica. The village is stated to open in early 2023, and it will focus on offering remote workers a balanced life between work, wellness, and living.
Due to the pandemic, there has been an increase in remote workers and digital nomads. Consequently, there are more and more projects looking to attract this exact type of audience. Even countries are investing their resources to boost their economy by attracting digital nomads.
Remote Work Paradise in Costa Rica
Liran Rosenfeld, a serial entrepreneur, is the founder of the Yoko Village project. His idea came after a burnout he had in his former company, where he traveled to Santa Teresa to relax. He enjoyed his stay there, experiencing improvements in his health which led him to come up with Yoko Village.
Yoko Village, which means “Sunshine Child,” is an eco-community for individuals with similar mindsets looking for a healthy work-life balance. Rosenfeld explains:
“Yoko Village is centered around the well-being of its residents, while focusing on building a creative and productive coworking community. We understand the business needs of remote workers, providing a perfectly balanced work and home environment.”
The village plans to include the construction of 40 villas that have between two, three, and four bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, private decks, and access to on-site communal amenities such as a tech-enabled community working center, office spaces, yoga deck, gym, restaurant, communal gradients, among other things.