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230 Fifth Avenue

The 230 Fifth Avenue New York MarketCenter™ was built in 1914. This 20 story building, formerly known as the “Lighting Building” was converted into a wholesale showroom building for the home industries in the early 1990s.

Located in the landmarked North Madison Square Historic District in NoMad, 230 Fifth Avenue is home to over 200 showrooms housing a diverse collection of product lines and categories. These include: Home Textiles, Fine Gifts, Tabletop, Bed and Bath Linens, Kitchen, Furniture, Window Treatments, Stationery, Personal Care, Loungewear, Decorative Accessories, Home Furnishings, Gourmet, Collectibles, Holiday, Toys, Dolls and Plush, Architectural Products, Art, General Merchandise and more.

230 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY10001

Executive Director Jane Gural-Senders and Director of Leasing Harvey Richer discuss 230 Fifth Avenue and its transforming neighborhood, from 230’s beginnings as the “Lighting Building” to its transformation into New York City’s preeminent textile showroom building. 230 Fifth Avenue currently houses The New York MarketCenter, a collection of over 200 showrooms featuring a diverse collection of home furnishings, collectibles and architectural products.

"I think this is just the beginning. I think we're going to see a huge uptick in growth and in residential. I think it's really been an evolution because it's become so terrific, so wonderful, but it's here and it's very exciting."