How German cities are looking to pop-up shops to enliven pandemic-hit areas


By AGENCY
  • Living
  • Thursday, 05 Aug 2021

Siedentop (left) and Felix Halder founded and run ekofair, a store for sustainable living in the German city of Bremen. Photos: dpa

The location is excellent and the rent – zero, for now. Smack in the middle of the centre of the German city of Bremen, three friends have opened a sustainable department store with products that are produced fairly, recycled and free of plastic.

There is also a cafe and room for events in the space, which measures about 600sq m in the middle of Bremen's pedestrian area.

Limited time offer:
Just RM5 per month.

Monthly Plan

RM13.90/month
RM5/month

Billed as RM5/month for the 1st 6 months then RM13.90 thereafters.

Annual Plan

RM12.33/month

Billed as RM148.00/year

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