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Eric Ho

Lower East Side, New York, NY
October 19, 2013at 8:00 am

Help us transform a vacant storefront this winter into a pop-up neighborhood hub with 7 themes: SHOW, PLAY, LEARN, SHARE, MAKE, SHOP & EAT and prototype our Storefront Transformer! So that we can show landlords that storefronts do not only have to be bar, restaurants, galleries, chain-stores, but opportunities to incubate emerging ideas for the neighborhood!

Your support will help us incubate 50+ pop-up ideas in 2014!

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  • Donna Austin

    We could definitely use this in the South Bronx.

    • Eric Ho

      Really like what Majora is doing with Startup Box South Bronx, hope we can support down the road!

  • Rick Vaughn

    I would like to do something similar in downtown Los Angeles!

    • Eric Ho

      Cool!! We are hoping to somehow share our design with local fabricators all over different neighborhoods in the world.. but that's probably a bit down the road.

  • Ayesha Reynolds

    This is awesome! Sending good vibes :)

    • Eric Ho

      Thx Ayesha!

  • alan.yoshioka.77

    possible design to provide fresh food via popup farmers market and actual food production (indoor vertical growing) facility ... would that work within your themes

    • Eric Ho

      Yes Alan, of course. The idea is that people will come up with their idea of their pop-up to incubate their ideas of how to make their own neighborhood, starting from storefronts.