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A Temporary commercial space can open for a single day or several weeks, even months. A flexible space rental does not commit you with a permanent lease and allows you to offer a unique consumer experience, connect with customers or validate the potential of a Los Angeles neighborhood while benefiting from great freedom.
The neighborhood of Downtown LA is the perfect place to organize your art gallery. It is one of the busiest districts of Los Angeles with a substantial foot traffic, a clientele of young patrons, and surroundings full of popular attractions and popular stores.
The district of Downtown LA, which draws a crowd eager for discovering new products, is full of distinctive gallery-ready venues available for rent from a few days to a couple of months: apartments, old warehouses, etc. Tiled flooring? Track lighting? White walls? Whether you are looking for spacious, classic or comfortable spaces, you are guaranteed to find on Storefront the most desirable flexible venue for the event you are organizing.
Los Angeles, the City of Angels, is rife with commercial appeal and properties just waiting for your business to deliver your unique brand of flavor. Of course, you need a place that works with your brand and sees plenty of people looking to work with you.
The Historic Core features some iconic landmarks, large department stores, and towering office buildings that draw some serious foot traffic. You can find an eclectic collection of spaces ranging from creative to gritty, so there’s something to fit any brand. Broadway is the place to be, though you’ll find plenty of cool spaces off on 5th, 6th, 7th, and 9th!
South Park is a chic neighborhood that is home to sports teams and the Grammy Museum. You can find many LA natives dining at the unique and eclectic restaurants, but South Park sees more than its share of tourists thanks to the trendy hotels, professional sports, and impressive music scene. Take a walk through Microsoft Square to taste a bit of everything.
It would be impossible to talk about commercial properties in LA without mentioning the Fashion District. Formerly known as the Garment District, this unique neighborhood serves as a hub of the clothing industry. Think of this neighborhood as one hundred blocks of every clothing trend and style imaginable. If you can, look for a place on Santee Street.
Rent varies significantly across Downtown LA, and many retail spaces feature short-term or temporary agreements. It’s common to see a per-day price, though you can opt for a longer lease. To land a retail space in downtown LA’s hottest districts, expect to pay $900 per day on the low end and upwards of $6,000 per day on the high end.
Six-month leases can sometimes land you a deal for your commitment. You could lease a 1,000 square foot retail space in the Fashion District for as little as $4200 per month. At the other end of the spectrum, a slightly larger retail space at 1,450 square feet could run you more than $14,000 per month.
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