Danish design group Pinkcloud has proposed to convert empty Midtown Manhattan corporate spaces into temporary accommodations.

With the real estate crisis, even office buildings at Midtown Manhattan are suffering from high vacancy rates and decreasing rental rates. Each empty office space means money lost.

To address this issue, Danish design group Pinkcloud has proposed to transform these vacant office spaces into temporary hotels.

The Midtown Pop-Up Hotel consists of several modules that can be packed into the size of an average building elevator. These pop-up kits can be easily stacked and shipped with the use of wooden shipping pallets. The kits or boxes are coded and tracked via RFID tags and can be easily assembled in the empty office spaces.

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