Pop-up stores and short-term leases are gaining appeal among retailers distressed by viral outbreak and dwindling tourist arrivals. Photo: Felix Wong Pop-up stores and short-term leases are gaining appeal among retailers distressed by viral outbreak and dwindling tourist arrivals. Photo: Felix Wong
Pop-up stores and short-term leases are gaining appeal among retailers distressed by viral outbreak and dwindling tourist arrivals. Photo: Felix Wong

Pop-ups, smaller shops are gaining appeal as Hong Kong retailers seek to lure shoppers and rein in costs

  • Developers and landlords are likely to allot more space for pop-up stores to diversify their tenant mix and keep foot traffic in their properties
  • The shift is playing out in the demand for smaller physical spaces for product launches and seasonal changes, Lead8 says

Topic |   Retail properties
Pop-up stores and short-term leases are gaining appeal among retailers distressed by viral outbreak and dwindling tourist arrivals. Photo: Felix Wong Pop-up stores and short-term leases are gaining appeal among retailers distressed by viral outbreak and dwindling tourist arrivals. Photo: Felix Wong
Pop-up stores and short-term leases are gaining appeal among retailers distressed by viral outbreak and dwindling tourist arrivals. Photo: Felix Wong
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