Medical Student | Joined Dec 2018
No, I would not host them again.
"This was my first experience with peerspace renting my space and it couldn't have been worse. Nicole requested my space for a "cocktail holiday social event with colleagues" and she actually organized a rager party with 80 people. Despite the fact that I clearly stated the rules they were all broken: loud music, too many people on the rooftop, people smoking, driking and vomiting in the hallway and fire resulting in the security of the building having to kick 25 people out of the rooftop (when the rule was 6 max) and calling me 2 hours after I had left to tell me that there had been lots of complaints from other tenants. When I arrived there the sound level was close to a night club, the floor of my aprtment was completely wet, there was a lot more people then agreed, and I found groups of people next to my neighbor's door with vomit everywhere in the hallway. When Nicole came to talked to me she said she couldn't control her crowd. The security of the building had to make them shut down. When they left after roughly cleaning, the entire floor was sticky (2000 sq ft) and the smell of alcohol was unbearable (took me 2 days to clean). There was spillings on the walls and a few of broken things around the house. The hallway, the elevator and the lobby where also covered with sticky alcohol spillings and vomit. The next morning, my building manager charged me a $400 fee for cleaning the mess they left in the common areas of the building, security intervention and all the inconvenience with neighbors, and gave me an eviction warning. I also had a text message from Nicole asking me if she could have her money back for the hour and a half that she had paid for and couldn't use in my space after being shut down by security for not having respected the rules. Evenough the situation went terribly I still respect Nicole for taking responsability and always being responsive on the phone after it happened and trying to find a agreement with me."