LA-based Start-up rents celebrity homes as event venues
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LA-based Start-up rents celebrity homes as event venues

LA-based Start-up rents celebrity homes as event venues

LA-based startup, Eventup is in news for its exclusive services catering to connecting people who are looking to find and book the perfect venue for their high-profile parties or events with venue owners, providing quite a substantial way for owners to earn money out of their empty spaces. It’s basically an online community marketplace for venue booking and listing, where anyone can place their house into the rental pool with the owners deciding the price for rental. Revolutionizing the event world by providing access to great and unique spaces like celebrity pads, luxury beach house, mansions and lofts, Eventup works to take the hassle out of the venue finding process, making unattainable properties attainable.

Eventup, an online community marketplace for venue listing and booking

Some of the ultra-exclusive venues they feature includes the Entourage estate where Vince and boys lived a cool life, the Hepburn’s old townhouse, and the pop-icon Lady Gaga’s former one-bedroom apartment on the Lower East Side, NY is available from $12,500 (pictured below), to name a few.

Lady Gaga house

Renters can choose from hundreds of notable properties in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York, as per their budget. For instance, one of the top properties of New York, Hepburn’s super-exclusive old townhouse along with the garden is available on a price of $25,000 per day, whereas the Metropolitan Condo located in midtown south central, New York is available for just $164 per day.

Also, one can rent the SoHo Penthouse suite located on the 46-storey Trump SoHo, Hudson Square, NY. Available on a rent of $12,500 per day, this duplex and two-bedroom penthouse suite commands expansive city views from their floor-to-ceiling windows.

SoHo Penthouse suite

In San Francisco, one can rent the magical townhouse named The “Mrs Doubtfire” house, where they filmed ‘Mrs Doubtfire’. This beautiful home which is known to be an icon in the city by the bay is available on a charge of $5,000 per day.

The “Mrs Doubtfire” house

Further, a Hollywood castle, which looks more like a horror movie with a horrible faux moat can be yours for just $1,000 per day, whereas the renowned guitarist Eric Patrick Clapton’s exclusive Venice pad boasting cathedral ceilings is available for $5,000 per day.

However, the services are also used by the real estate agents who try to drive traffic to properties for sale. And, it is to be noted that along with the rent, renters need to take care of insurance and have to pick up all the cleaning fees. However, all rent prices are negotiable.

Via: NYDailyNews/EventUp

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