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The district of Hackney in East London is a desirable area recently dubbed one of the most livable boroughs in London. Despite a major road (the A10) passing right through it, many Hackney residents commute to work by foot or bike.
This part of London has made itself famous for its lively nightlife, incredible food, and ideal shopping. Hackney teems with craft breweries, boutiques, and open-air markets, attracting shoppers from all over London and heaps of tourists.
The district has gone through an impressive rejuvenation, with warehouses being repurposed into galleries, clubs, flats, and shops, making it an ideal spot for a pop-up store.
A pop-up store is a transitory commercial space that can open for a single day or several weeks, even months. A pop-up store rental does not commit you to a lasting lease and allows you to connect with customers, test new products or validate the potential of a London neighbourhood while benefiting from great freedom.
The neighbourhood of Hackney, London is the perfect place to organize your pop up store. It is one of the busiest districts of London with good foot traffic, a clientele of international patrons, and surroundings full of popular stores and tourist attractions.
The district of Hackney, London, which draws a crowd eager for trying new products, is full of unique retail-ready venues available for rent from a few days to a couple of months: old warehouses, apartments, studio spaces etc. Wooden floors? Exposed brick ? Chandeliers? Whether you are looking for extensive, comfortable or compact spaces, you are guaranteed to find on Storefront the most suitable venue for the event you are organizing.
Mare Street, right in the heart of Hackney, is brimming with restaurants, shops, and bars. Kingsland Road, leading into Dalston, also has loads of shop fronts and high-pedestrian traffic. Both of these would be great locations for short-term rental.
The open-air market on Ridley Road is popular for market-goers, and it has the most multicultural and diverse restaurants and shops.
Broadway Market is where you’ll find plenty of shops packed onto one vibrant street. There’s a busy weekend market laid down in the middle of the road with niche boutiques lining the sides. If you can find a space, it would be worth grabbing.
Columbia Road is known for its flower market, but there are also vintage-focused shops and unique boutiques.
In demand with young families is Stoke Newington Church St, a long and winding road with an array of markets.
If you’re after a more prestigious area, Hackney Walk on Morning Lane is a luxury outlet, the destination for anyone in the market for a fashionable brand.
Prices vary widely in Hackney, mirroring the diverse variety of spaces available.
For a 1000 square foot space, you’re looking at approximately £300 a day. However, rentals can be as low as £70 if you’re open to a basement or small venue. For a showroom over £2000 square feet and situated right on the A10, that will be closer to £1,200 a day.
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