The ‘Airbnb for Events’ Expands its Rental Offerings to Dallas

Peerspace, a marketplace for hourly rentals of unique spaces, is now available in North Texas a variety of listings, from industrial studios to tiny houses to upscale ballrooms.

Whether looking for a meeting space, event location, photo shoot backdrop, or media production site, Dallasites can now rent it all—by the hour—on Peerspace.

Billing itself as “the world’s largest marketplace for hourly rentals of unique spaces,” Peerspace announced its expansion to North Texas last week with a number of local offerings. It’s like an Airbnb or VRBO for parties; the process is set up so that hosts can generate income from seasonally underutilized or weekly unused spaces.

The platform also provides guidance to event planners, with the intent to remove the hassles of booking negotiations and paperwork.

With over 10,000 venues available on the site, Peerspace allows users to currently making a booking in San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, Seattle, New York, Boston, Chicago, Washington DC, Atlanta, and now, Dallas.

“Dallas is a dynamic hub of innovation and commerce, offering so many unique, creative venues throughout the area,” CEO Eric Shoup says. “Peerspace users have been asking for a Dallas launch for quite some time, so we’re truly excited to connect guests with amazing undiscovered spaces for their film productions, meetings, social gatherings, and beyond.”

Shoup says an inspiring space is an often overlooked aspect of booking an event, but it’s vital to the experience.

Founded in 2014, San Fransisco-headquartered Peerspace aims to open the doors of a cities’ best places to meet, create, and celebrate. The community marketplace features everything from mansions and storefronts, to churches and restaurants, at a range of price points.

In Dallas, Peerspace says among its offerings is: a large industrial studio with downtown views, a handcrafted tiny house, and an upscale ballroom.

“Peerspace is great because it enables me to rent out my venue by the hour—without having to worry about accommodating overnight guests,” said Alishan Jadhavji, a Dallas-based Peerspace host, in a statement. “Peerspace clients have been amazing, and I’ve hosted interesting events including modeling shoots, corporate meetings and retreats, and even a music video shoot for an Australian pop star.”

Look inside the Dallas spaces

All photos are courtesy of Peerspace. The listings are labeled according to the website, and are all available to book online.

Coworking After Hour Meeting Space with a Featured Art Gallery in Richardson

Multiple Purpose Warehouse in Dallas

Downtown Loft/Warehouse | Ideal for Film/Photo Projects in Deep Ellum

Unique Storefront in Historic Downtown Plano Arts District

Extremely Unique Performance Space in Deep Ellum

Get on the list.
Dallas Innovates, every day.

Sign up to keep your eye on what’s new and next in Dallas-Fort Worth, every day.

One quick signup, and you’re done.
View previous emails.

R E A D   N E X T

Comments are closed.