As an businessman I can definitely see the appeal of these pods.
I would go even further and give the people who live in my pods a water bottle attached to their pod and nutrient rich, pea protein based nutrition pellets in a food dispenser both for free. https://t.co/e4krXBew6e
RT @urbanarson: Young men make your paper in the next decade to build strong families and businesses.
If you don’t your future will be paying your entire salary from the Amazon Factory to rent a bed at the open air fap pod warehouse where all your worldly possessions are within two feet of you. https://t.co/5rufKnWBby
I have a buddy who lives in one of those setups. They screen who they accept. You have to pass certain check marks, AKA earn a certain amount, education, etc. I doubt they are letting in the types who steal.
The market is probably for mega commuters. I have a friend who lives in Grass Valley and works 3 days on as a nurse here and a retired nurse basically runs this kind of setup. All the nurses do is eat and sleep there. She then has 4 full days with her step kids and to do trips in the Sierra.
That being said, I don't think she pays that much.
Edit: the beds also get split between people who have different schedules iirc.
It looks like a nice hostel, but not that because it's hard/expensive to get a short term rental permit, so it's a long term hostel?
I'm surprised at the single microwave since it looks like it sleeps 10.