Sunday March 29, 2020

New prop for pop-up shops

Pop-up shops were under threat from the recovery, but have recently received an unexpected boost from landlords

14th June, 2015
One of HMV’s recent pop-up stores on Grafton Street in DublinPhotocall

The pop-up shop concept could be under threat from the recovery that is beginning to get underway in the retail property market. Increased occupancy levels in prime shopping centres and high streets in Dublin and other cities is squeezing out supply of low-rent, short-term lease properties which provide the fertile ground for pop-up shops. But there is a new twist in the tale.

Some landlords are letting out pop-up shops as part of their property...

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