Marketed as “private micro-suites” with queen sized beds on Airbnb for $90 per night, or “sleeping boxes” according to a couple of complaints, the short-term rental registration/certificate for 4229 Moraga Street in the Outer Sunset, at which there appear to have been up to 12 listings for beds throughout the house, has now been revoked.
Based on a recent city inspection, it would appear the micro-suites have since been dismantled. The home’s five bedrooms are now outfitted with a total of 14 beds, with two sets of bunkbeds in two of the bedrooms and two beds in each of the other three. And the official listings for the beds have been changed to “minimum 30 day stays.”
If the onsite host agrees to officially reduce the guest limit to five, not including said host, the city will consider the outstanding code violations and complaints for the home formally closed.
Keep in mind that complaints related to illegal airbnb-ing in San Francisco more than doubled in 2016.
And yes, those are actual photos of the former micro-suites in the gallery above.