Because you’ll see the latest appliances from a multitude of leading manufacturers — all under the same roof. And that means you save time and money as you compare the options.
- Evaluating quality and features in a hands-on environment.
- Comparing appliances from competing brands during the same visit.
- Shopping for related kitchen products — tile, countertops, and more — displayed within the same building.
- You probably live closer to an independent dealer than an individual manufacturer’s showroom.
- Not being able to test-drive fully-functional appliances and watch cooking demonstrations.
- Not being able to have all your questions answered by a brand expert (sales staff represent lots of different manufacturers — not just one).
Get the best of both worlds — the singular focus of a manufacturer’s showroom coupled with the comparison-shopping opportunities offered by a retail showroom — by visiting the Architect & Designers Building in Midtown Manhattan or Chicago’s historic Merchandise Mart.