Choosing the appropriate activities to list your space under will allow you to connect with the right guests and help you become a successful host. Get creative about who you think could use your space, how flexible it is, what assets it has, and when it sits vacant.
When you add your space, the final step will be to choose which of our listing categories you would like to have listings under. You can choose up to all three and set distinct prices, minimum booking hours, capacities, and amenities as they pertain to each individual activity.
If you're not interested in hosting certain types of bookings, make sure you aren't listed under the corresponding category. For example, if you don't want to host parties, don't create an Event listing.
Check out how we define these three categories to find what makes sense for you:
These locations are great for collaboration, from classes to brainstorming sessions and any other business meeting. They are equipped with everything guests need to get inspired with coworkers, whether they hold a quick meeting or plan a whole day outside the office in these spaces.
Key amenities: tables, chairs, whiteboard, wifi, projector, breakout space
For social gatherings, such as birthdays, baby showers, wedding events, pop-ups, dinner parties, and more. Guests want to socialize and network in these spaces!
Key amenities: tables, chairs, kitchen space, restrooms, sound system, lighting, parking or public transportation nearby
Meant for guests to produce their next creative achievements such as photoshoots, film shoots, music videos, interviews, content creation, and more. These spaces are perfect for both makers and media creators who need somewhere to photograph, film, or undertake a creative project.
Key amenities: daylight or lighting equipment, loading area, backdrops
Finally, we recommend that all space owners look into and understand their current business and zoning permits to ensure their space can accommodate certain alternative uses.