"Pop-up" stores take advantage of low commercial rents

10/7/2010 | Reuters

Pop-up stores lasting from a week to a month have been increasing as commercial real estate landlords are looking for any tenants, and retailers look to unload merchandise fast. The stores work best for retailers or service businesses that don't require building retrofits and have been used by a variety of companies, including small Internet firms testing out a bricks-and-mortar operation and large retailers such as Toys R Us and Borders.

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