ArkHAUS

ArkHAUS

The lifestyle club on water, launching in Miami and cities worldwide

Security Type
Crowd SAFE
Min Investment
$250
Location
NEW YORK, NY
Offering Date
January 20, 2022
Expected Close Date
April 15, 2022
Amount Raised
$434,215
Target Raise
$25K-$1M
No. Investors
444
Security Price
$1
Valuation
$12,500,000

Company Description

A combination hospitality & real estate concept, this investment opportunity has been structured to target startup-style returns.

Perks

Reserve
$500
Receive
A single Day Pass to ArkHAUS Miami or any future location. ($100 Value)

Reserve
$1,000
Receive
A custom dress shirt by Saintly NYC. ($155-195 Value)

Reserve
$1,000
Receive
A 2-person Day Pass to ArkHAUS Miami or any future location.
($200 Value)

Reserve
$5,000
Receive
A custom pair of shoes by Awl & Sundry. ($495-$595 Value)

Reserve
$15,000
Receive
A custom leather weekender bag by Saintly NYC. ($1195-1295 Value)

Reserve
$50,000
Receive
A 1-year ArkHAUS membership.
($10,000 Value)
Limited (10 left of 10)

Reserve
$100,000
Receive
A "Bonus List" Trip from the Inspirato Travel Collection:
Choose from global destination portfolio | Duration: 4-9 days | Occupancy: 2-16 | Square Feet: 350-7500 | Bedrooms: 1BR - 7BR ($10,000+ Value)
Sample trips include:
4 days on Costa Rica Estate | 5 days in a Tuscan Villa |
9 days in NYC Luxury Suite |
Limited (2 left of 2)

Key Deal Facts

A lifestyle club on 4 solar-electric boats, creating an extraordinary villa
Tier 1 membership applications closed; Now taking applications for Tier 2
Stable Projected Margins of $8.50M (yr 1) rising to $9.46M (yr 5) per city
Launching in Miami followed by NYC, SF, LA, Paris, Istanbul, Dubai
Investment into parent company benefits from all future locations
Competitive advantage secured through an ROFR MoU with manufacturer
Founders from Wall Street (Bear Stearns) & luxury brand management (LVMH)

Security Description

An equity crowdfunding specific version of a SAFE used by crowdfunding portal Republic. Upon conversion (if and when that happens), investors may receive special shares with limited rights that do not show up on a company’s cap table. The issuer may roll over and not convert shares at the next financing round causing investors to lose out on some upside.

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