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Pop-up stores gain traction as America's retail scene convulses

The stores - in dark malls to shuttered art galleries - can offer lower rents and far less commitment for retailers
Thursday, June 1, 2017 - 05:50

The Broadway Market Co in New York is a pop-up with various vendors who sell handbags, jewellery and stationery.

New York

AS traditional retail stores close and vacancies mount, landlords across the United States appear newly receptive to leases as short as a week, eschewing the typical 10-year time frame, even in locations that once shunned limited stays.

The upswing in pop-up stores, as the

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