Stay Open aims to transform unused commercial space into pod hotels and co-living centers

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What’s going to happen to all those unwanted office buildings, which are likely to remain unused after the pandemic subsides? An LA-based startup called Stay Open plans to transform unused commercial space into “pod hotels” and co-living properties.

According to a release, Stay Open’s “pod hotels” will have “private modular rooms each with 4 to 8 private sleeping pods, high-end shared restrooms, large common areas for work or play, food and beverage outlets, and locally-inspired amenities. — Read the rest



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