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Mapping Airbnb Occupancy Along the Eclipse Path

by Martin Makaryan

AirDNA, a Denver-based company that analyzes short-term rental data, produced a map of Airbnb occupancy data along the path of the total solar eclipse on April 9, 2024 in the United States. The visualization shows the higher occupancy rates in red along the path of totality and lower occupancy rates in blue. American cities in the 2024 solar eclipse path saw rental occupancy rates increase to 88 percent, showing the growth in demand for housing during the rare event. The cities with the highest occupancy rates for the eve of the eclipse were Jeffersonville, Vermont; Killeen, Texas; and Niagara Falls, New York. 

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