Harvard students designed tiny houses for holiday getaway
Sometimes you spend a lot of money, travel far and leave stress, but the vacations befall more trouble than they are worth.
Getaway, a generous startup launched out of the Harvard Innovation Lab in 2015, tremble up that routine by presenting tiny houses for rent. It’s like camping, but with the individual comforts of home.
The company sustains dozen tiny houses, ranging between 160 and 200 square feet, in distant wooded areas of Massachusetts and New York. Guest can reserve them for $99 to $120 a night.
Founders and college friends Pete Davis and Jon Staff just inclined their vacation set up on “Shark Tank”. The duo walked away from $7 million outlay because the judges presented “lower valuation than we thought we were worth, “Davis told WTPO News.
Founders and college friends Pete Davis and Jon Staff recently pitched their vacation startup on “Shark Tank.” The pair walked away from a $7 million investment because the judges offered a “lower valuation than we thought we were worth,” Davis told WTPO News.
Getaway discovered by two Harvard graduate students, intends to provide a suitable and reasonable means to detach from the daily grind.
“We really want you to do nothing at all,” said by Staff.
Ovida, the initial tiny home designed and built by Getaway.
Situated at a secret lot two hours outside Boston, it proposes total privacy.
“It’s far enough (from the greater Boston area) that you can feel disconnected, “Staff says, “but near enough that you don’t spend all your time getting there.”