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A Short-Term commercial space can open for a single day or several weeks, even months. A flexible space rental does not commit you with a lasting lease and allows you to launch new products, offer a unique consumer experience or validate the potential of a London neighborhood while benefiting from great adaptability.
The neighborhood of Chelsea, London is the perfect place to organize your art gallery. It is one of the busiest districts of London with a steady foot traffic, a clientele of elegant shoppers, and surroundings full of popular stores and tourist attractions.
The area of Kings Road especially attract retail aficionados.
The district of Chelsea, London, which draws a crowd eager for discovering new products, is full of unique gallery-ready venues available for rent from a few days to a couple of months: showrooms, shops, studio spaces etc. High ceilings? Marble floors? Parquet floors? Whether you are looking for tasteful, characterful or classic spaces, you are guaranteed to find on Storefront the most ideal flexible venue for the event you are organizing.
Many different factors contribute to the process of finding a prime retail space, especially in an area as crowded as London. In Chelsea, which is home to many of the old, multi-story buildings which line London's roads, your primary goal is to find a retail space that's easy for customers to see and access.
Ideally, your retail space should be at street level, but if that's not possible, even second and third floors are permissible as long as they face the main street. Avoid shops with entrances in alleyways and seldom-traveled areas.
Most of Chelsea's stores are small, individual shops that congregate together to form "high streets." The most popular high streets in Chelsea (and the places you should aim to rent a retail space, if at all possible) include:
Shoppers generally consider King's Road to be a luxury shopping district, as many of Chelsea's residents tend to be well-off and able to afford such luxuries. Some of the stores you'll see here include Tiffany & Co, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss, Gucci, and similar brands.
It can be pricey to rent a retail space along Chelsea's most popular high streets, but choosing a shop adjacent to the main street can offer excellent business while saving you a lot of money. Additionally, smaller spaces, even on popular streets like King’s Road, can be very affordable - in the range of £119-£200 per day in some cases.
Brompton Road, which is a high street on the north end of Chelsea, is an affordable place to rent as well, with prices ranging between £200-£500.
Sloane Street and King’s Road tend to hit a wide range of median prices, but most hover around £1,000 per day (plus or minus a few hundred pounds).
The most expensive areas of Chelsea include the sought-after Sloane Square, as well as the biggest galleries on King’s Road. Prospective renters often must enquire directly with the owner to find out the price of these high-end shops, which can cost upwards of £12,000 per day depending on size and desirability.
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