Las Vegas Market Adds Furniture Tenants
LAS VEGAS-International Market Centers announced that five new furniture suppliers--Ace Bayou, Decor-Rest, Gaucho Sheep & Leather Products Inc., Hinges Design and MLily USA--are opening new showrooms in time for the upcoming Las Vegas market, July 27-July 31.
In addition, 16 furniture companies have renewed their leases at World Market Center Las Vegas, extending their commitment to exhibit at Las Vegas Market--with half of these companies set to expand their original showroom size. In total, more than 80,000 square feet of space have been newly occupied as a result of this recent leasing activity.
"Leasing continues to accelerate at Las Vegas Market, with another four notable furniture resources opening showrooms in time for the summer market," said Craig Stack, vice president of furniture leasing for IMC. " The continued addition of these home furnishings resources is a positive sign that Las Vegas continues to attract new resources, market after market."
In addition to the influx of new lines, furniture suppliers who are renewing their showrooms at Las Vegas Market include Building A tenants Crown Mark (A-626) with 19,000 square feet; Jofran (A-830) with 13,000 square feet; Lifestyle Solutions (A-716) with 11,000 square feet; New Classic Home (A-854) with a 25,000-square-foot space; and Whalen (A-853) with 14,000 square feet. Sealy (B-1000) has renewed its 15,000-square-foot showroom in Building B. In Building C, Tempur-Pedic (C-1512) has renewed its lease on its 22,000-square-foot showroom, and Pacific Motion-Stanton (C-1464) is renewing its 3,000-square-foot space.
Several of the renewing tenants are also expanding their showrooms, including King Koil (A-546), Dovetail (B-159) and Malouf (C-1538).
Tenants that are renewing and expanding, and that will also be in a new location for the upcoming summer Las Vegas Market, include Affordable (A-909), Kittrich (A-900), Home Trends & Design (B-116), Prosperton (B-746) and GBS (C-1566). Lastly, Lacrosse (A-901) has expanded and relocated into a new space.