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Hospitality brand, Outpost, launches a fourth coliving/coworking destination. The expansion solidifies Outpost as the frontrunner in creating a hospitality network geared towards Millennials. The new location opens September 2019.

Outpost’s third hub in Bali – the iconic former Roam coliving property is honored as one of the six best coliving properties in the world. The 24-key property was purposely built to meet the needs of location independent professionals with coliving and coworking existing under the same roof. Outpost will offer its custom packages for groups and individuals while guests will have access to rooftop coworking space, curated fitness classes, a communal kitchen and pool.

The increase of Millennials in the workforce is behind a growing demand for live/work destinations. According to MBO research, nearly five million people in the U.S. describe themselves as nomads. An additional 42 million want to be location independent by 2021, equating to 13% of the population. Traditional corporates like PwC have picked up on this trend and are promoting remote work to attract talent. Outpost will capitalize on this demand for productive live/work destinations as the Millennial workforce increases to 75% of the global workforce in 2025.

“Meeting this growth is about understanding the unique needs of the next generation traveler. We give both companies and individuals opportunities to explore, to grow – both personally and professionally – and to form enriching connections, all while enjoying paradise,” says Outpost co-founder, Bryan Stewart. “We give them a chance to live the dream.”