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New York is the perfect place to organize your showroom!
New York City, which draws legendary and emerging designers and shoppers across the fashion industry, is full of special showroom-ready venues available for rent from a few days to a couple of months: loft spaces, showrooms, shops etc, all in the garment district, midtown Manhattan, and other neighborhoods.
Wood paneled? Wooden floors? Exposed brick? Whether you are looking for sleek, extensive or generous spaces, you are guaranteed to find the most fitting showroom space for the event you are organizing on Storefront.
A showroom is a transitory showcase space that can open for a single day or several weeks, even months. A showroom space is meant to showcase the design and clothing from a fashion designer or fashion brand to others in the industry.
A temporary showroom rental does not commit you with a lasting lease and allows you to validate the potential of a New York neighborhood while benefiting from great flexibility.
The price of rent for a showroom in NYC isn’t a fixed rate. There are several variables that renters consider when they set their prices. The average rent price ranges from $800 US dollars to $6000 US dollars in NYC.
Now, there are two main rates that renters charge for renting out a fashion ballroom. One way is a fixed hire rate. This fixed hire rate doesn’t only pay for the fashion ballroom itself, it also pays for extra services. These services can include workers to help you set-up for your event.
It can include the renter’s vendors or servers. Or renters can charge by using a dry hire rate. A dry hire rate is a rate you pay for only renting the fashion ballroom. This is usually a much cheaper price than a normal hire rate. But you do have to hire and pay your own workers. Which method you choose depends on how much money you’ll spend. Normally, a normal hire rate is cheaper in the long run. However, this isn’t always the case.
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