In a move to help small businesses around Seattle, newly renovated Pacific Place is allowing shops to sign short-term leases starting as little as one to two days.
The move is targeted towards “local businesses looking to connect in the physical space.”
“Our pop-in format is very well suited to those looking to ‘test drive’ a brick and mortar shop,” said Pacific Place Leasing Manager Ryan Amos in a press release. “We’ve created new spaces and opportunities to host artists, artisans, bakers and entrepreneurs seeking a physical presence, and the awareness created in the retail space.”
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After two years of multimillion-dollar renovations, Pacific Place is finally open to the public with modified hours of operation from 11 am to 7 pm Monday to Saturday and from 12 pm to 6 pm on Sunday.
The five-story downtown Seattle shopping center has a new Amazon-facing entrance at Seventh Avenue, and Olive Way opens up to South Lake Union, with a second recently enhanced downtown-facing entrance at Sixth Avenue and Pine Street.
Guests will notice increased signage throughout the property encouraging physical distancing, as well as a new mural inside the center that pays homage to healthcare workers.