Permanent home for vintage pop-up

Before MacKenzie opened this space, Chow found it more difficult to find temporary rentals in places such as art galleries.

“It’s nice to have a location where his purpose is for pop-ups like us,” she said. In a city where the creative community has felt pushed out with the recent closures of the Waldorf Hotel and the W2, Chow said it’s good to have a supportive space that encourages ideas.

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