Cabin is building a network city for our citizens, who span the globe and come together to colive and create in nature.
Over the last two years, the Cabin community has come together across dozens of IRL activations and hundreds of online events to begin developing a global network of nature-immersed properties designed for thoughtful creators and remote workers.
We have built neighborhoods, rehabilitated orchards, designed tiny cabins, assembled saunas, housed creators, interviewed city builders, hosted dinner parties, played games, facilitated good coliving, and gathered thoughtfully to make new friends and reimagine how we live.
On its second birthday, Cabin launched the world’s first network city. A network city is a set of globally distributed neighborhoods that have a shared culture, economy, and system of governance.
Cabin neighborhoods are designed to cater to remote workers and creators who love nature. Our network city is made up of over a dozen coliving neighborhoods and outposts around the world, including the following locations:
A sampling of some of the Cabin properties available at launch - to see all properties, visit cabin.city and become a Citizen today.
Over the past two years, we have learned which amenities, norms, and intentions make for good coliving. Those lessons have informed our final vision for Cabin neighborhoods.
Each neighborhood shares three characteristics:
The flavor of each individual neighborhood changes from place-to-place; that’s what makes them fun to explore! But no matter where they are, all Cabin neighborhoods provide a great balance of work, community, and nature.
To browse these neighborhoods, meet other members, and otherwise navigate Cabin’s network city, check out the Network City Center, which includes: