Live Peacefully | Work Productively | Learn Continuously
Austin Live|Work is a community that encourages cottage industries, land development, tiny house builds, and more using lean startup principles. We are not currently hiring employees, but ask us how to get involved in other roles. We are seeking various entrepreneurs for present and future projects, particularly those who can help build a strong community and maintain it with the principles we hold. See the entrepreneurship page.
While we do encourage barter arrangements, our goal is not for members to depend solely on odd jobs that come up. We encourage acquiring specialized skills in the large and promising fields of land and community development. The ‘purpose economy’, ‘sharing economy’ along with P2P technology and platforms are causing people to think and act differently. Austin Live|Work intentionally keeps up to date on these economic movements.
Business and Bartering Opportunities
Your future customers have a comfortable 1/2 mile walk to the entrance of the world-famous Circuit of the Americas (COTA), along a new sidewalk. They are also 6 miles from the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.
Key upcoming COTA, Nland Surf Park and Austin events
- Concerts (Austin 360 Amphitheater holds about 20 concerts per year from March to November, attracting 14,000 visitors per concert)
- MotoGP™ (draws about 130,000 visitors annually)
- FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX™ (draws about 700,000 visitors annually)
- NLand Surf Park with their locally sourced restaurant, Blue Prairie.
There are also other famous Austin events, such as SXSW, Austin City Limits and Republic of Texas Biker Rally that our merchants and business owners can take advantage of.
Invest with us! Here are a few possible opportunities to look forward to:
- rent space for your event
- earn rental income from your tiny house through our management company
- lease space in our greenhouse by selling organic produce to restaurants
- renewable energy products
- community membership platform technology