The miLES Storefront Transformer makes it easy for vendors create pop-ups and use underutilized spaces in New York's Lower East Side.

Made in the Lower East Side (miLES) is an urban spaces revitalization grouped that launched earlier this year. Founded by Eric Ho, miLES faciliated short term rental of vacant storefronts in the lower East side, to revitalize the community and engender a hub of creativity. Thus far miLES has helped 14 businesses with one day pop-up shops, 20 pop-up classes and even popup festivals. Now, the team are turning to Kickstarter to launch their Storefront Transformer, a transportable set of modular furniture that will help change any space.

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