Brad Feld, an early stage investor and entrepreneur for over 20 years, posted on his blog today, that he bought a house in Kansas City. The property is “next door to the Homes for Hackers and KC Startup Village. and would have Google Fiber in it. I would so live in that house if I bought, Brad Feld is “leting entrepreneurs live / work in it. Rent free. As part of helping create the Kansas City startup community. And to learn about the dynamics of Google Fiber. And to have some fun”!
With no hidden catch or demand for equity, he is running a competition for entrepreneurs and entries can be submitted now and is open through Friday March 22. There is an age restriction, up to five winners would be selected to live and work in this Google FiberHouse for a year rent free.
If you are an entrepreneur with innovative startups, and think you’ve got what it takes to make Brad Feld let you shack up in this cool Google Fiberhouse rent free for year, the apply now!