adj. Of a room, house, or apartment: having qualities that make it attractive to rent on Airbnb.
When she moved again, with another roommate (she has had thirty-six roommates in total), they searched for an optimally Airbnb-able place.
—Nathan Heller, “Is the Gig Economy Working?,” The New Yorker, May 15, 2017
The online store will also provide full sets of buildable plans and specs that allow the builder to customize their new home on the road or an AirBnb-able guest house.
—“Coming Soon! HofArc's Online Store,” Hofmann Architecture, July 21, 2016
“There's a huge spike in people asking us whether or not a property is 'Airbnb-able,'” Tobin said. "Suddenly it's on the checklist of whether to buy a property."
—Prashant Gopal & Heather Perlberg, “The Rise of Airbnb's Full-Time Landlords,” Bloomberg, November 10, 2015
2012 (earliest)
Tout devient [everything becomes] AirBNB-"able" ! RT @fano: One of my favourite fr startup, now a world leader of the sharing economy:
—Martin Pasquier, “Tout devient AirBNB-"able",” Twitter, January 17, 2012
FLW's the Cooke House, now Airbnb-able.
—Julia Ingalls, “Airbnb adds a Frank Lloyd Wright home, the Cooke House” (photo caption), Archinect, October 13, 2016
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