Property specialist Wykeland Beal has extended availability of three pop-up units in Hull's Fruit Market.
Jane Imrie

Hull retail startups set for boost with Fruit Market pop-up space

Creative entrepreneurs and retail startups are set for a boost with a new pop-up initiative in Hull’s growing Fruit Market neighbourhood.

Property specialist Wykeland Beal has extended availability of three pop-up units for up to 18 months.

66-68, 10-11 and 23 Humber Street will be made available to startups and entrepreneurs in a move that the group hopes will boost local businesses and capitalise on the growing popularity of the regenerated quarter.

Natalia Cleary, events and community co-ordinator for the Fruit Market, commented: “We want Humber Street to continue to be a vibrant and exciting cultural hub, so we’re encouraging creatives, makers, performers, start-ups and scale-ups to take advantage of the pop-up spaces and add to the mix and diversity of the street.

“The pop-ups offer great opportunities for all sorts of organisations, such as individual artists, small and emerging businesses, theatre companies, workshops and exhibitions, and will bring something new to the area.

“We’re open to everyone’s dreams and ideas. The more imaginative and creative the ideas are, and the more the public can participate, the more excited we are!”

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