(NEWS.COM.AU) — Have you ever stayed at a cheap hostel and thought to yourself, ‘I wish there were more pretentious millennials here — and there’s far too much sex going on’?
Then PodShare might just be for you.
The Los Angeles-based start-up is the latest craze in the low-cost short-term accommodation market, billing itself as a ‘co-living space’ for social travellers and mobile workers.
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Founded in 2012 by entrepreneur Elvina Beck and her father, PodShare is a basically a co-working space with 10 to 30 beds which turn into desks by day, Motherboard reports.