Whether you’re looking to open a showroom, plan an event, or book a retail space, finding the right interior is always key. Enter: industrial chic! This is a popular interior design trend that keeps the gutted look of old factories, industrial spaces without too many updates. Think high ceilings, exposed beams, and metal accents.
It’s a trend that’s here to stay, and Storefront has 15 top industrial spaces perfect for artists and brands to use for short-term, and dream up a new project! Rent yours today by clicking on the photos and browse +10,000 spaces on our platform!
- Creative retail space in the East Village with exposed brick – 1,200 sq ft.
- East Village industrial loft with a modern twist and outside space – 5,600 sq ft.
- Soho showroom with exposed stone walls, gray concrete flooring and large windows – 4,200 sq ft.
- Bright showroom in Bushwick with white walls and exposed pipes – 1,700 sq ft.
- Quirky, historic studio space in Williamsburg featuring pillars and wood panels – 1,200 sq ft.
- Popular Tribeca gallery space with cherry hardwood floors, exposed brick, and colored pipes – 1,900 sq ft.
- Large windows with industrial spotlights in this prime Tribeca fashion showroom – 2,500 sq ft.
- Versatile Williamsburg loft with stylish interiors, planters and white walls – 1,400 sq ft.
- Nolita boutique space with cement floors, track lighting and an airy feel – 3,000 sq ft.
- Luminous and inviting space with columns, tiled floors and large windows in Soho – 1,800 sq ft.
- Large space with raw interiors, a bohemian edge and antique features in Williamsburg – 1,600 sq ft.
- Industrial Bowery space with creative interiors, high ceilings and a skylight – 2,500 sq ft.
- Revamped Williamsburg warehouse building with reclaimed lumber and metal piping – 1,000 sq ft.
- Multi-level pop-up space with a modern and industrial feel, plus great furniture – 6,000 sq ft.
- Soho space spread out over four floors, all connected by a spiral staircase, plus an outdoor area – 4,000 sq ft.