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511 Fifth Avenue

Reminiscent of its neighbor Grand Central Terminal, this building’s style retains a sense of classic grandeur with an arched entranceway and windows that allow for plenty of natural light to flow into the impressive space. Ornate is the best word to describe this one-of-a-kind, ground-level spot: gilded chandeliers hang from the intricate coffered ceilings high above the marble tiled floor.

Located in Midtown Manhattan, the coveted space lies on the de facto shopping center of the world, Fifth Avenue.

138 Wooster

Located in the heart of SoHo, this prime Wooster Street location offers a total of 4,000 SF, with 2,500 SF on the ground floor and 1,500 SF in the usable basement. The white-box storefront features wood floors, recessed lighting, a back office and two restrooms, while the open gallery space offers 15 FT ceilings. The facade is a landmark building with pre-war details, two large street-facing windows and a double glass door entrance. This is a perfect choice for short-term retail, pop-ups, corporate events, art exhibitions, and sample sales.

201 Mulberry

201 Mulberry is an all-white, 4,500 SF retail gallery with an exceptional retail storefront, 16’ ceilings and five massive skylights. Located on Mulberry Street in the heart of trendsetting Nolita, 201 Mulberry is the choice downtown location for cocktail parties, art exhibitions, car showrooms, product launches, editor preview events, film/print/commercial shoots, fashion shows, sample sales, and retail pop-ups.

The location of this space is cool, versatile, and is certain to impress and attract anyone walking by. The striking 4,500 SF of glossy white walls and floors leaves the imagination of the client to wander.There is no lack of light with five skylights in addition to track lighting built into the 16-foot-high ceilings.

The front door leads to a small entrance with steps that lead to a much larger area that is partitioned into three rooms. The space is a clean back drop to allow clients to bring their visions to life and transform the space into anything they can think of.

Located right off of Spring Street, this stretch of Mulberry gets a lot of foot traffic and visibility, making it perfect for any pop-up shop. The space is also close to many subway stations, making it easy to get to.


The Kagency was founded in 2004 by Karrie Goldberg and began as a venue marketing and booking agency for every event type imaginable. The agency that launched as a trusted resource for event producers and location scouts, quickly grew to include project management, talent representation and event-related media buying.

With access to over 500+ traditional and non-traditional event spaces across the U.S. and an ever-expanding roster of DJs, musicians, and artists,The Kagency is a seamless resource and a not-so-secret weapon for the event industry.


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