Storefront is an online marketplace for artists, designers, and brands to find and rent retail space. From a booth at a street fair, to a space inside a boutique store, to an entire store on a busy street, they make the rental process simple. If you have space - whether you're a store owner, broker, or landlord - they make it easy to make money from your space. Their goal is to make starting an offline store as easy as starting an online store.


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Storefront: An Airbnb for Retailers

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Storefront Raises $7.3M to Help Online Brands Set Up Shop Offline (Without Signing a Lease)


‘Airbnb For Retail’ Startup Storefront Raises $7.3M From Spark Capital, Expands To LA

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How to Bridge the Gap Between Online and Offline Marketing

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No Space Too Small, No Lease Too Short. Pop-Up Stores Find Short-Term Rentals With Storefront

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Emerging Designers to Open Pop-Up Stores in New York City Subway Stations

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Why New York City Retailers Love Pop-Up Shops

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NYC Partners With Online Marketplace To Turn The Subway Into An Underground Mall

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8 Easy Steps To Help You Create Your Own Pop-Up Store

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Storefront: The Airbnb of Retail

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Storefront raises $1.6M to match vacant retail space with short-term tenants

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Storefront, a Pop-up Matchmaker, Expands to New York Helps retail brands find short-term space

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Storefront Gets $1.6M To Grow Its ‘Pop-Up Shop’ Marketplace For Short-Term Commercial Rentals


Storefront: The Airbnb of Retail