he Architects & Designers Building, New York’s ultimate showroom resource, is the largest luxury kitchen & bath and home building products center in the New York metropolitan area. With 40 showrooms on 12 floors that cover 200,000–square-feet of space, the A&D Building offers thousands of distinctive premium product brands in kitchen & bath, appliances, tile & stone and home & office furnishings—all under one roof. Open to the public and the trade, its showrooms provide a one-stop shopping experience, with knowledgeable personnel who are on hand to provide solutions to the most challenging design projects.
Situated in the heart of the Decorative Arts District, the A&D Building is steps away from the world-class stores, art galleries, restaurants and hotels of Park, Madison and Fifth Avenues that make up Manhattan’s East Midtown luxury/business grid.
The building's entrance is across the street from the dramatic 731 Lexington Avenue complex, designed by Cesar Pelli. Owned by the A&D Building’s parent company, Vornado Realty Trust, this new landmark is home to Bloomberg LP headquarters, the One Beacon Court residential tower and Le Cirque restaurant.
The A&D Building frequently hosts special events where new products are introduced and leading design industry experts and celebrity chefs give presentations and cooking demonstrations. Trade professionals as well as discerning consumers are invited to attend these events, many of which are held in conjunction with trade, shelter and general interest publications.
Whether you are shopping the showrooms and/or attending a special event, you are sure to find your visit to the A&D Building a truly rewarding experience.
About 150 East 58th Street
(The Architects & Designers Building)
150 East 58th Street, which was built in 1969, has always been referred to as “The Architects & Designers Building” because its first 12 floors were always devoted to home furnishings showrooms that regularly cater to architects and designers. The overall structure, a 39-story mixed-use office tower, is also considered a prime address for top corporations, law firms, professional offices and architectural firms.
The building’s lobby and façade, was renovated in 1997 and now features a welcoming entrance way in brushed brass and limestone. Shortly thereafter the A & D Building was acquired by Vornado Realty Trust, one of the largest owners and managers of commercial real estate in the United States. A Vornado subsidiary, MMPI manages some of the country’s most prominent design centers, including Chicago's Merchandise Mart, and the showrooms of the A&D Building.
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