7 W Ramps Up Tenant Roster Ahead Summer Gift & Home Textiles Week

NEW YORK - Industry showroom hub 7 W New York has added 14 new home textiles and gift supplier tenants to its building, which is located off Fifth Avenue on 34th Street.
     The newcomers join the more than 500 current suites and lines, 7 W noted.
     "We are very pleased with our leasing activity this year and are excited about the number of new showrooms who have come on board, and of course the wide range of product offered by our new partners", said Chris Collins, vp and general manager.
     Among those who are new to the building since January edition of the Gift & Home Textiles Week, home textiles suppliers include:
     • Sam Salem & Son, 500
     • Gul Ahmed Textile, 515
     • Louisville Bedding, 600
     • Kalaty Rugs, 807
     • Al-Karam USA, 839
     • Nishat Mills USA, 933
     Home textiles suppliers expanding their showrooms at 7 W include Apache Mills in suite 422 and S.L. Home Fashions at 735.
     The market takes place Aug. 17-23.

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