I`ve seen people do this type of thing at local gyms that have an indoor soccer center. They`ll rent the space for two hours and then have the gym available. If that is an option, perhaps that could work.
I can`t help with tax advice but I can ask the question: why are you taking money out of the business if its a startup? Many people would think to re-invest that money into growing the company for the first 3-5 years. A common strategy is to just pay employees (you are an employee) salaries during that time and, afterwards, start taking dividends or sell.
I suppose it all depends on what you ultimately want from this business. You really only have a few possibilities of "end game" with a startup (optimistically speaking):Sell the businessKeep the business and take dividends out every qtr/yrIPO
If your goals are #1 or #3, then I don`t think you should take much out of the business, if any, during the startup phase. Maybe I`m missing something though - I`m still new at all of this myself!