The Sharing Economy Checks In: An Analysis Of Airbnb In The United States
Implications On Traditional Hotel Development And Market Performance Going Forward
The sharing economy has become a prominent though not well understood economic phenomenon over the past several years. Airbnb is the market leader as it relates to the temporary accommodations industry. CBRE Hotels' Americas Research compiled select information from STR, Inc. and Airdna, a company that provides data on Airbnb, for hundreds of U.S. markets to assess the relevancy of this sharing platform to the traditional hotel industry.
Airbnb's presence in key markets throughout the U.S. is growing at a rapid pace, with users spending $2.4 billion on lodging in the U.S. over the past year, according to analysis from CBRE Hotels. Over the study period of October 2014 – September 2015, more than 55 percent of the $2.4 billion generated was captured in only five U.S. cities (New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami and Boston), represents a significant portion of the lodging revenues in these markets.
Reports detailing the estimated performance of Airbnb facilities covering 59 U.S. cities, encompassing 229 submarkets, may be found at https://store.pkfc.com/airbnb-insights.
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