New Airbnb-style site reserves space in Dallas for meetings and events

A company that bills itself as the Airbnb of rental space for events, meetings, photoshoots and media productions has entered the Dallas-Fort Worth market – its first presence in Texas.

Peerspace allows hosts to generate income from their offices, restaurants, stores, homes and other spaces that might otherwise be empty or underutilized. For event planners and other venue tenants, Peerspace says its platform “takes the hassle out of complex reservation negotiations and paperwork, while Peerspace’s expert support provides expert advice to get any event going. without a hitch “.

“A unique and inspiring space is an often overlooked, but essential, part of a successful and memorable meeting or event,” Eric Shoup, CEO of Peerspace, said in a statement.

Dozens of places to rent in Dallas-Fort Worth are literally and figuratively all over the map, including:

  • Gallery space in Dallas Design District, $ 50 an hour.
  • Deep Ellum Loft / Warehouse, $ 500 per hour.
  • Newly built three story home in Old East Dallas, $ 150 per hour.
  • Conference room for 180 people in Addison, $ 150 per hour.
  • Flower shop in Las Colinas, $ 50 per hour.
  • “Industrial” event space in downtown Dallas, $ 650 per hour.
  • Storefront in the arts district of historic downtown Plano, $ 50 per hour.
  • Highland Park Reunion Retreat, $ 100 per hour.

Alishan Jadhavji has already signed up as a Peerspace host in Dallas.

“Peerspace is great because it allows me to rent my room by the hour – without having to worry about hosting overnight guests,” Jadhavji said in the statement. “The Peerspace clients have been amazing and I’ve put on some great events including modeling sessions, corporate meetings and retreats, and even a music video shoot for an Australian pop star. “

Peerspace, based in San Francisco, founded in 2014, already operates in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Silicon Valley and Washington, DC Google Ventures is one of its investors.

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