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Yoko Company Mission

“We build eco-communities that nurture your life as much as your life’s work”

Our story…

Our vision

“I’ve been a serial entrepreneur most of my adult life. It’s in my blood. And while I’ve always loved the meaning it provided, I grew tired of treating my life outside of the office as this tiny reward for the serious work I was pursuing.

I relocated to Santa Teresa, Costa Rica, in 2019 and established the first community of likeminded individuals interested in living healthier and enjoying nature, while staying connected to their professional goals. Since our first acquisition, we already developing 150 hectares of land. We’re bending the reality of timelines related to permitting, development, and construction. Mostly we’re pioneering new possibilities for a generation of professional nomads.

Our vision has strengthened to include reforestation projects, infrastructure developments, beach and mountain cleanups. We cater a mix of affordable housing and high end villas. Our members know they’ll forever be inspired by the humans, nature and facilities that surrounds Yoko Villages.

I invite you to take a look at some of our projects, see what peaks your interest, and come visit us in Santa Teresa soon. We look forward to welcoming you.”

  Liran Jakob Rosenfeld

  CEO Yoko Company

We hope to become one of the premier developers in Costa Rica with an innovative collection of projects that stays true to our values. Our plan is to expand and build Yoko Village around Costa Rica first and later expand globally, projecting 10 communities built in 10 locations in Costa Rica by 2030.

Yoko Company Mission

“We build eco-communities that nurture your life as much as your life’s work”

Our story…

“I’ve been a serial entrepreneur most of my adult life. It’s in my blood. And while I’ve always loved the meaning it provided, I grew tired of treating my life outside of the office as this tiny reward for the serious work I was pursuing.

I relocated to Santa Teresa, Costa Rica, in 2019 and established the first community of likeminded individuals interested in living healthier and enjoying nature, while staying connected to their professional goals. Since our first acquisition we already developing 150 hectares of land. We’re bending the reality of timelines related to permit, development and construction. Mostly we’re pioneering new possibilities for a generation of professional nomads.

Our vision has strengthened to include reforestation projects, infrastructure developments, beach and mountain cleanups. We cater a mix of affordable housing and high end villas. Our members know they’ll forever be inspired by the humans, nature and facilities that surrounds Yoko Villages.

I invite you to take a look at some of our projects, see what peaks your interest, and come visit us in Santa Teresa soon. We look forward to welcoming you.”

  Liran Jakob Rosenfeld

  CEO Yoko Company

Our vision

We hope to become one of the premier developers in Costa Rica with an innovative collection of projects that stays true to our values. Our plan is to expand and build Yoko Village around Costa Rica first and later expand globally, projecting 10 communities built in 10 locations in Costa Rica by 2030.

Team

Liran Jakob Rosenfeld

CEO Yoko Company
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Serrana Robledo

Chief Architect Designer
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Minerva García

CFO
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Jeffry Valverde

Civil Engineer
Construction Partner

Mauricio Slon

Architect
Customer Support

Jean Girard

Head of Sales
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Ariel Wajnerman
Graphic Designer
Fernando García Amen
Web Developer & Webmaster
Gastón Hernández
Architect
Rodrigo Oviedo
Architect
Lua Kupferschmidt
Community Manager
Joaquín Musetti
Architect
Santiago Alvante
Architect
Juan Manuel Terra
Architect
Cynara Kupferschmidt
Sales Advisor
Salvador Gonzalez
COO
Roy Bryan
Architect
Ian Kupferschmidt Millot
Content Creator

Press

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Digital nomadism was increasingly popular before the pandemic, with data suggesting nearly 5 million Americans identified as such.

Nowhere is the appeal of working in such a tropical paradise more evident than in Yoko Village. The “co-work village” is situated in the beach-front town of Santa Teresa in Costa Rica, and aims to offer workers social, spiritual, and environmental fulfillment. The co-working community currently consists of some 72 different nationalities, housed in 80 villas. The village contains a co-work center, communal garden, sports center, workshop, an alternative school, and a spiritual kitchen, with ready views of both the ocean and mountains to residents.

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Adi Gaskell
Forbes
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The mindset of putting lifestyle planning first is poised to become a highly disruptive force in the entrepreneurial world. This became especially clear during a recent phone call I had with Liran Rosenfeld, founder of YoKo Village. He explained, “The global pandemic and resulting economic uncertainty have radically altered the business environment, including for freelancers and solopreneurs. Many found themselves with reduced workloads, which led to more time with family or focused on things outside of work. And a lot of people have discovered that they like this. Their priorities are changing, which will lead to a shift in the type of work opportunities they seek.”

5
Pía Silva
Forbes
AsiaFocus
Benzinga
Yaho Finance
Forbes
Forbes
Markets Insider
WFMZ-TV

Press

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Digital nomadism was increasingly popular before the pandemic, with data suggesting nearly 5 million Americans identified as such.

Nowhere is the appeal of working in such a tropical paradise more evident than in Yoko Village. The “co-work village” is situated in the beach-front town of Santa Teresa in Costa Rica, and aims to offer workers social, spiritual, and environmental fulfillment. The co-working community currently consists of some 72 different nationalities, housed in 80 villas. The village contains a co-work center, communal garden, sports center, workshop, an alternative school, and a spiritual kitchen, with ready views of both the ocean and mountains to residents.

5
Adi Gaskell
Forbes
{

The mindset of putting lifestyle planning first is poised to become a highly disruptive force in the entrepreneurial world. This became especially clear during a recent phone call I had with Liran Rosenfeld, founder of YoKo Village. He explained, “The global pandemic and resulting economic uncertainty have radically altered the business environment, including for freelancers and solopreneurs. Many found themselves with reduced workloads, which led to more time with family or focused on things outside of work. And a lot of people have discovered that they like this. Their priorities are changing, which will lead to a shift in the type of work opportunities they seek.”

5
Pía Silva
Forbes
Benzinga
Yaho Finance
Forbes
Yahoo Finance
Forbes
Financial Content
Markets Insider
WFMZ-TV

Contact

To request a detailed financial plan, inquire about lot availability, or get connected with a member of our team, please fill out the form below.

All Rights Reserved Yoko Company 2022
Contact Us
+506 8613 8606 (Whatsapp only)

Contact

To request a detailed financial plan, inquire about lot availability, or get connected with a member of our team, please fill out the form below.

All Rights Reserved Yoko Company 2022
Contact Us
+506 8613 8606 (Whatsapp only)

 

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We Pledge to Donate 3% of our Revenue to Local Charities