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A Transitory 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 make an impact, raise brand engagement or validate the potential of a Hong Kong neighborhood while benefiting from great flexibility.
The neighborhood of Sheung Wan is the perfect place to organize your event. It is one of the busiest districts of Hong Kong with a good foot traffic, a clientele of trendy shoppers, and surroundings full of creative art galleries and emerging designers.
The district of Sheung Wan, 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: showrooms, shops, studio spaces etc. Exposed brick ? Chandeliers? Wood panelled? Whether you are looking for unique, bohemian or bright spaces, you are guaranteed to find on Storefront the most appropriate flexible venue for the event you are organizing.
Situated on the west side of Central, Sheung Wan is a concoction of old and new, where traditional street life juxtaposes futuristic corporate skyscrapers. Riding the rickety Ding Ding tram, you will discover that the area abounds with traditional Chinese shops, art galleries, antique shops, and dried seafood stores, creating a lively local scene.
The area offers the most fascinating array of designer homewares stores, themed coffee shops and art galleries, restaurants, and bars line Gough Street. In the area near Central, you will even find department stores and boutiques, Yet the modern element of Sheung Wan is delicately balanced by the historical aura exuded by the Edwardian-style Western Market, as well as the antique stalls on Upper Lascar Row, also known as Cat Street. Of course, with Man Mo Temple and the Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal sitting in Sheung Wan, the area benefits from very high foot traffic with locals and tourists coming and going all day.
Sheung Wan is a perfect spot to establish a pop-up store. As Sheung Wan is located next to the Mid-levels, a pop-up store there will attract expatriates, but also many locals, because Sheung Wan inhabitants are truly anchored in the Chinese culture.
Sheung Wan is the place to be for independent and trendy designers. It's one of the hippest areas of Hong Kong and a weekend hangout spot.
Storefront helped L'Epicerie Fine, a street art gallery, to host its first pop-up exhibition. And during Spring 2017, Miss Runner, an athleisure e-tailer, had opened a three-month pop-up store to gain physical presence and raise awareness on the brand.
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