Rates for renting carts, kiosks, or pop-up shops vary based on different variables including property, location, time of year and length of term. To find out the cost of a specialty leasing plan that best meets your needs, we recommend speaking to a business development representative who will provide you with more detailed information.
In addition to rent, you are responsible for providing your merchandise and for paying your employees. You will be responsible for display props, acquiring insurance and can possibly incur credit card costs as well. If you are leasing an inline store, you will be responsible for your utilities.
Retail leasing terms for specialty leases can be as short as a day or as long as several years. Your local business development representative can help determine what is best for your business, and our business leasing resources and how-to’s offer more information on starting or expanding your business.
Once we agree on terms, you can get started with your lease very quickly. Some retailers can open within a week of negotiating their leasing terms.