How it works


Storefront is the world’s largest marketplace for short-term retail spaces.

Our mission is to connect brands, e-commerce businesses and artists with space owners for short- term rentals, creating pop-up stores and events around the world.

Storefront helps you find the right venue in three easy steps:

Choose a location

Storefront features flexible rentals in areas with high foot traffic and visibility to give your project maximum exposure.


Find spaces that meet your criteria. Filter by price, location and duration.
The Storefront team is here to assist you.

Launch your project

Storefront is here to help you with all your needs.
We can put you in touch with trusted third part providers for all your needs.

Finding That Perfect Pop-Up Space

Rent A Space

Renting a space on Storefront is super easy.

With thousands of listings to choose from on our platform, you can browse spaces and send as many inquiries as you’d like. Our platform offers full flexibility and concierge service to meet your needs and get you started.

Storefront tip: sending more than one inquiry increases your chances of booking the perfect space!

List your space and get bookings today!

List A Space

From vacant to hotspot

List your space with Storefront and get access to thousands of renters from around the world!
With an unparalleled brand network, Storefront will connect you with top brands to turn your vacant space into a popular storefront

Create your short-term listing on Storefront in under 5 minutes.

Take a cue from Storefront Magazine

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