Thank you for reaching out to Ask an Advisor!
Your question raises an interesting point: the formation of "new" types of communities as new technologies of production are developed. The global rise of co-working spaces is one example of this phenomenon.
While different communities exist to fulfill different needs, there is one fundamental commonality: communities comprise of groups of people who have not only individual and communal, but also intra- and inter-communal needs. Community-engagement principles and processes - such as those contained in the Community Toolbox, are very useful for the development of interventions to improve the functioning of a community.
Back to your question ... The toolkit for the assessment of community needs and resources may be a good starting point for you. In fact, you may even consider taking both your question and the toolkit to your community, getting them directly involved in defining the problem, and developing and assessing the viability of various solutions. Once you have a clear sense of what their needs are, develop an intervention plan in collaboration with the members of your community. The CTB Toolkits are fantastic resources in this regard. In this way, you will be able to accurately assess and address the community's real needs in way that encourages agency and a sense of ownership among community members.
I hope this is helpful!