What's the limit when it comes to rentals?
I was in a store in New York not too long ago. It just sold sneakers, wall to wall sneakers, starting at about $350 a pair and the place was mobbed on a weekday with shoppers. Maclamore, from Maclamore and Ryan Lewis walked in, but there were so many people he had to leave. People started chasing him down Broadway, about a block away, he and his friend hopped into a cab in front of Grace Church and they sped off.
The Guess store is still up for grabs here in Coconut Grove for about $30,000 per month, I don't know what the former Goose location is going for, but that's probably up there in rent, too.
So sneakers stores seem to be the place that draw people. There's always a line at Soles in the Grove, when new items come out. People are lined up before the store even opens.
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