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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 with a permanent lease and allows you to connect with customers, test new products or validate the potential of a New York neighborhood while benefiting from great flexibility.
The neighborhood of Garment District, NYC is the perfect place to organize your pop up store. It is one of the busiest districts of New York with a high foot traffic, a clientele of trendy consumers, and surroundings full of popular stores and tourist attractions.
The area of 39th Street especially attract retail fans.
The district of Garment District, NYC, which draws a crowd eager for trying new products, is full of distinctive retail-ready venues available for rent from a few days to a couple of months: old warehouses, apartments, studio spaces etc. A skylight? Ceiling beams? Exposed piping? Whether you are looking for bohemian, comfortable or compact spaces, you are guaranteed to find on Storefront the most appropriate venue for the event you are organizing.
The Garment District in midtown Manhattan is home to many high-end fashion retail stores, making it an excellent place for pop-up stores. Your location is quite important, but so are foot traffic and cost. The Garment District has a lot of foot traffic of which you can take advantage.
You can open a pop-up store between 34th Street and 38th Street, and you'll be nestled in with the likes of Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Victoria's Secret PINK, and MAC Cosmetics. The Garment District also boasts several fabric stores, like Mood Designer Fabrics on 37th.
Besides the high-end fashion, you also have some mainstream fashion like Urban Outfitters on Broadway and Macy's on 34th Street, and you'll find a shoe-repair shop named Tony's on 35th Street.
Since this isn't an area that's conducive to malls, your store will have a street location, and the crowds of people who walk through the Garment District every day will walk past your place and see you, bringing in a lot of potential business.
The Garment District isn't cheap, but it isn't expensive compared to some of the other districts and neighborhoods in New York City. You'll pay for space on busier streets and for size, which will run you anywhere between $686 per day all the way up to $16,800.
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