MonkeyParking is a mobile application that connects people looking for parking with driveway-owners using its platform. It enables its users to auction parking spaces to other users. Currently, the application is focused on private parking spots and property owners are allowed to grant permission for others to park in front of their driveways.
MonkeyParking was launched in 2013 by Paolo Dobrowolny, Federico Di Legge, and Roberto Zanetti. It is based in San Francisco, C.A.
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|Feb 4, 2015||Venture Beat - On-demand parking startup Valet Anywhere pockets $1.35M, expands in NYC|
|Jan 17, 2015||Mashable - Los Angeles may ban app's users from selling parking spots|
|Dec 30, 2014||TechInAsia - In densely populated Bangkok, this startup will help you find a parking space legally|
|Oct 7, 2014||Venture Beat - As Vatler officially launches its on-demand valet app, is parking becoming a commodity?|
|Sep 20, 2014||Ars Technica - Chased from San Francisco, parking startup pops up in SoCal|
|Sep 15, 2014||Venture Beat - Driven from San Francisco, MonkeyParking app developer now sees himself as a disrupter|
|Aug 5, 2014||Venture Beat - Sweetch parking app makes its code open-source, the latest salvo in San Francisco parking app war|
|Aug 5, 2014||Bloomberg - Blame Cities for the Apps That Let You Sell Your Parking Space|
San Francisco, CA