Podshare“ könnte das Wohnmodell der Zukunft sein – scroll down to the bottom for our video
PodShare got #2 for TOP VOTED in the LIVE category…winners announced December 8th…fingers crossed!
George came to photograph and learn more about our DTLA location, write-up here
Today on Mood Board Magazine: ACCESS NOT OWNERSHIP | CO-LIVING AS A NEW DOMESTIC MODEL Interview with Elvina Beck | Founder of @podshare (Link in bio) http://www.moodboardmag.com/podshare/ Interview/Story By @guida.george . . #podshare #losangeles #access #accessibility #moodboardmagazine #interview #architecture #urbanism #residential #socialstatement #social #planning #housing
Techspace said “Podshare goes one step beyond co-working spaces by offering co-working and co-living spaces. The company offers pods in shared rooms for $15 for a 12-hour day pass or $50 for a 24-hour overnight pass. A mix of a hostel and a co-working space, the pods appeal to people on a budget or those travelling solo and are designed with freelancers in mind. With a cult following, Podshare plans to expand throughout LA and beyond.”
Please VOTE for PodShare to win $100,000 to build housing for homeless youth! This grant will get 40 youth off the streets by funding the lease, permitting costs, and construction of sleeping pods.
We’re often asked if our “pods” can be built in vacant properties to help those struggling to pay rent or in need of temporary housing to prevent homelessness. The answer is YES! PodShare could offer a sliding scale of affordability, for as little as $10/night to help young adults (18-28 years old who qualify for assistance) to get back on their feet.
Help us help our neighbors in Los Angeles:
The city has declared a state of emergency: 50,000 people live on the streets with 6,000-8,000 identified as homeless youth.
**Please forward this to your friends for more votes or additional support on the project**
Huffington Post wrote about our mission here
— Ironrod Media (@IronrodPR) October 28, 2016
I know they are making fun of it…in an Onion satirical poking fun way, but I like it on Cracked.com