Using vacant space temporarily at low cost is a win-win situation for owners and tenants.
- Projekt Interim uses temporarily vacant property to offer residential or commercial space at low prices.
- They say that short term lets are not considered profitable by the conventional real estate business, but their scale, efficiency and legal framework make it profitable for them, while reducing costs for owners and users.
- According to co-founder Lukas, more than six million square meters of property space is unused in Switzerland – and that incurs costs and is vulnerable to decay, misuse and vandalism – deterring potential tenants.
- Projekt Interim users benefit from significantly lower costs and include residents, artists, pop-up shops, offices and studio locations.
- Law graduate Lukas is responsible for Projekt Interim's finances and communication; he helped build a network of users, in particular from the creative scene.
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