In Thessaloniki, Greece, R-MAP focuses on understanding the transformative effects of remote working on urban-rural dynamics. With a population predominantly concentrated in urban areas, Thessaloniki presents a unique landscape for examining shifts in housing demand, transportation patterns and environmental sustainability. Our research delves into the increased spatial mobility facilitated by remote work, exploring its impact on housing markets, office space utilization and traffic congestion. We collaborate closely with local stakeholders, including government entities, businesses and community organizations, to gather insights and develop strategies for fostering sustainable urban development amidst the rise of remote work.