09:50:05 | 2012-04-24
(New York) — When those living in a city like New York need a space for a gathering, finding the right venue can be a challenge. Since extra space in New York City is a huge commodity, many city dwellers do not have a sufficient area to hold a party, out of office conference or social gathering.
This is why Eventup CEO and Founder, Tony Adams has expanded his California based website to the New York market. The successful site helps those with limited space for entertaining find the perfect venue for their events. Adams he saw a need for the service in New York City and has seen tremendous success with the expansion into this market.
Eventup can be used for casual gatherings like a small dinner party, or larger events like a wedding or bar mitzvah. The site offers venue owners with any easy-to-use platform to sell their event space. Those looking for a space to rent can then easily search the venues showcased on the site to find the perfect location. It is free for venue owners to list their properties on the site and Eventup will take 10 percent of all completed transactions.
To say the transition to the New York market has been successful would be an understatement. After just a week in the New York City market, over 500 locations already signed up with the service. New Yorkers using the service can find all types of properties for rent, like apartments that can be rented for a few hundred dollars a day to massive estates that can be rented for large parties and photo shoots for tens of thousands of dollars a night.
There are numerous spacious apartments listed on the site, specifically for those who want to throw large parties. With so many users of the site looking for an apartment to rent for a party, Adams has already put certain rules in place that govern these rentals. There are many rules built in regarding noise restrictions, neighborhood policies and even how late renters can have a DJ playing.
With the almost instant success of the New York chapter of Eventup and with so many eager New Yorkers looking for an opportunity to rent party spaces, there is no doubting that this site will continue to thrive in the New York market.