Around the world, including places like Barcelona, Paris, Buenos Aires and New York, an exciting new co-location concept is arising with its innovative purposes: Multi-sector innovation hubs. This place involves wide span of users, ranging from business models, ownership structures to physical layouts. The primary goal of this creative environment is to create a motivating work environment for people, where they can share business ideas from one another, generate connections, develop both practical and theoretical skills and be inspired to reach the consequential level. Generally, numerous of the hubs occupy iconic building, such as museums, warehouses, train stations, navy yards and hospital, giving a totally new atmosphere to underutilized parts of society, which stayed empty that lost previous vibrancy. One of the best global innovation hubs is placed in Barcelona Tech City, which was created by converting building of shipping warehouse to an innovative Hub environment. The city is representing the tech and digital ecosystems of the city. Under the amazing outlook of the city, the hub provides spaces for 1000 individuals, efficiently helping to attract local and international investment in a large scale.