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Small Business Friday: Solving a Problem---The Story of a Pop-Up Neighborhood

Alan Salganik

We love this story about how Old Oakland has finally reached the level of expectations that locals have been waiting for. With many small, independently-owned retail spaces opening around the area, many locals are taking pride in their neighborhood. This POPUPHOOD concept is a great driver of success to neighborhoods that have seen an economic slowdown. Check out the video at the link below to see what we mean.

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  • Adele Peters

    I really like the idea of block-by-block pop-ups....how long do the stores stay up?