The people behind the Foundation Restaurant need to bypass the rest of the year and a bit before returning to build out their restaurant. Can this provide someone with an great opportunity to bring a quick retail idea they had into reality? Or test out on a limb concept without the need to sign a long lease or take on considerable risk.
As we have written before the Junction retail strip needs diversity in store types, something it lacks now, compare the Junction strip to Bloor West village or Queen West – both areas have a much greater variety of stores. The risk in testing out a opportunity is huge, which is why many people and large companies are turning to popup store to test out concepts or simply to run a effort for sales gains. Could this sublet provide the opening…more info on the concept below and by the link… also the guy in the pop store video provides a great feeling of how exciting a popup can be.
…whats a popup store?
If new products can come and go, why can’t the stores that display them do the same? Well, you guessed it, retail outlets increasingly do. From gallery-like shopping spaces with one-off exhibitions to mobile units bringing innercity-chic to rural areas,
view a popup store video
exceptional website for a popup store in the EU… The 750-square-foot Berlin store, located in a remote neighborhood in former East Berlin, is more or less raw space: just clothing racks and merchandise, no architectural wonders, which sits well with the USD 700 a month rent
yes.. yes…. the blog has been hoping of the opportunity for popups in the Junction