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theguild.co

Founded Year

2016

Stage

Series C | Alive

Total Raised

$64.7M

Last Raised

$17.12M | 1 yr ago

Revenue

$0000 

About The Guild

The Guild turns unused apartments into short-term rentals that function like hotel suites, targeting projects that are vacant or have yet to finish construction. The Guild's flagship locations are in Austin and Dallas.

The Guild Headquarter Location

1209 East Cesar Chavez Street

Austin, Texas, 78702,

United States

512-623-7480

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Latest The Guild News

'Pop Up' mural pays tribute to Preston's Guild Wheel and its creator Peter Ward

Oct 22, 2021

A piece of street art which pays homage to the Guild Wheel cycle route and its creator Peter Ward has appeared in Preston. Friday, 22nd October 2021, 4:10 pm Adorning the rear wall of Snape’s Printers in Boltons Court, the mural features a cyclist riding through Avenham and Miller Parks with the East Lancashire railway bridge and historic Park Hotel in the background. Painted by local artist Gavin Renshaw, the mural is a tribute to former Preston councillor Peter Ward MBE. A passionate cyclist, the 21-mile circular Guild Wheel was Peter's idea and he helped see the ambitious project through to completion in time for the Guild in 2012. Sign up to our daily newsletter The i newsletter cut through the noise Sign up Submitting... Entitled 0/21, the location of the mural marks the official start and finish line of the Guild Wheel. Peter passed away in 2017 and a memorial garden in his name was also unveiled on the route in June this year. Councillor Matthew Brown, Leader of Preston City Council, said: "This brilliant new mural by local artist Gavin, perfectly depicts an iconic Preston scene. "It allows us to pay tribute to former Councillor Peter Ward MBE who gave so much to Preston by helping to create the iconic Guild Wheel, while welcoming more culture to our city." A piece of street art which pays homage to the Guild Wheel cycle route and its creator Peter Ward has appeared in Preston. Funded as part of Preston's £20.9m Town Deal, the street murals are the latest Preston Pop Up project aimed at increasing footfall in the city centre following the pandemic, as well as supporting local arts and culture. Three further murals are planned in the city and Paint Preston, which is managing the project, is looking for other building owners to come forward to offer up wall space to support the artists. Robert Binns, a member of Preston Partnership and the Preston Towns Fund Board, said: "We've seen how street art in other cities around the world can create a strong sense of place and encourage visitors to spend more time exploring a city. The mural features a cyclist riding through Avenham and Miller Parks with the East Lancashire railway bridge and historic Park Hotel in the background. "That’s what we're trying to achieve with this latest Pop Up project which will create another cultural focal point and support local artists." Ben Rutherford, one of the project organisers for Paint Preston, added: "The other planned murals are all inspired in some way by Preston’s heritage, culture, and environment. "They will be appearing at other locations in the city and one thing we need now is prominent wall space for the murals, so we're urging any other building owners who would like to come forward and offer up an external wall to contact us." The Pop Ups also include the recently unveiled Wallace and Gromit sculpture and MET event space. Painted by local artist Gavin Renshaw, the location of the mural marks the official start and finish line of the Guild Wheel. The projects are being funded from a £1million pot of initial funding Preston received from the government’s national Towns Fund. If you have a building that you would consider for one of the planned street art murals, contact [email protected] Thanks for reading. If you value what we do and are able to support us, a digital subscription is just £1 per month for the first two months. Try us today by clicking HERE .

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  • When was The Guild founded?

    The Guild was founded in 2016.

  • Where is The Guild's headquarters?

    The Guild's headquarters is located at 1209 East Cesar Chavez Street, Austin.

  • What is The Guild's latest funding round?

    The Guild's latest funding round is Series C.

  • How much did The Guild raise?

    The Guild raised a total of $64.7M.

  • Who are the investors of The Guild?

    Investors of The Guild include Paycheck Protection Program, Maveron, Alpaca VC, Convivialité Ventures, ATX Venture Partners and 4 more.

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