Peerspace operates like Airbnb but rents areas by the hour in its place of the day. It makes it possible for any individual with excess room, substantial or smaller, to host parties and occasions.

SAN FRANCISCO – Peerspace operates brief-term rentals similar to Airbnb and other on the net web sites, but it focuses on even shorter brief-term rentals – some for as minor as an hour. The organization states it “unlocks access to cities’ finest spots to meet, generate and rejoice.” It also makes it a lot easier for any group with rentable room – churches, mansions, storefronts and studios – to make excess money by leasing empty room out for occasions.

It’s a way for firms to make some excess money off brief-term rentals the same way in which house owners rent out bedrooms or entire houses as a result of Airbnb.

In December, Peerspace declared the rollout of “Add-Ons,” which can provide occasions with an array of services and equipment, this sort of as furniture and equipment rentals, studio lights, catered foods, barista and espresso services, casino services, stability guards, catering, staffing, equine assistants and even a huge Jenga established.

Peerspace states that hosts can generate and deal with Add-Ons from their listing’s inventory website page and invest in them at checkout.

“Add-Ons make it possible for Peerspace hosts to earn supplemental cash flow from their equipment, talents or services, even though enabling even extra exceptional and memorable activities to Peerspace attendees,” states Peerspace CEO Eric Shoup. “Our vision is to develop into the one particular-end-shop for all celebration and output requirements globally, and Add-Ons are a significant leap towards that.”

Established in 2014, Peerspace is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in Los Angeles, New York and Chicago.

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