All the city's districts have cooperative, social and solidarity economy companies, initiatives and experiences in their areas. However, this urban economy is spread unevenly within Barcelona's 10 districts. The Eixample is the district that has most initiatives, with 19% of the total. With its demographic, economic and representative strength, this district is home to 892 initiatives in all sectors.  

It is followed, at a significant distance, by a second group of districts, including Sant Martí, with 574 Initiatives (12%); Gràcia, with 538 (12%), Ciutat Vella, which has nearly half of the city's housing cooperatives and the largest number of social organisations, with 504 (11%), and lastly Sants-Montjuïc, with 500 (11%), which, together with Ciutat Vella, has most of the city's exchange markets. 

The third group of districts, with below-average figures, includes Sarrià-Sant Gervasi, with 398 initiatives (8%); Horta-Guinardó, which has 20% of the teaching cooperatives, with 393 (8%), and Les Corts, with 340 (7%). 

The fourth and last group of districts includes Sant Andreu, with 290 (6%), and Nou Barris, with 289 (6%).


Número i distribució de les cooperatives a la ciutat de Barcelona