In New York, unused subway spaces opened up for pop-up stores
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Renting retail space in downtown Manhattan is often well out of the budgets of fledgling startups and small businesses needing a temporary home for their products and services. However, Storefront — a listings site that connects startups with available properties — is now collaborating with the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority to open up unused subway facilities as pop-up booths. The platform already connects entrepreneurs and creatives with existing space for their business and art projects in both New York and San Francisco. But the site has now struck up a deal with the New York MTA, which currently owns…
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