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Tribeca is famous for being the home of the rich and famous as many celebrities call this neighborhood home. The area is a stylish and relaxed stomping ground for fashion-forward locals and in-the-know tourists. Set aside from the busy swaths of Lower Manhattan, Tribeca is a unique slice of NYC with unrivaled views of the Hudson and easy access to Downtown.
From quirky boutiques to designer outlets, Tribeca has a brilliant range of stores. Shoppers on the lookout for one-off pieces and limited edition goods will feel right at home among retailers like La Garçonne, Patron of The New, Edon Manor, and Ten Thousand Things. People here know what they want, and value the finer things in life.
Top-class restaurants, cafes, and bars are dotted among the streets and the neighborhood has an air of understated elegance. Perfect for brands to align with a high-end and innovative market space.
Get your brand in front of real people. Once a seasonal phenomena found only in malls during the holidays, pop-up shops are here to stay in a big way. Defined as temporary retail events that spring up in vacant spaces, pop-ups do more than just bring life to empty storefronts. From big online retailers feeling out a brick-and-mortar presence to Etsy merchants growing their customer base, businesses of all sizes can benefit from the pop-up shop model.
In this Guide, we’ll walk you through the process of creating a pop-up shop experience that will leave a lasting impression with your customers.