Allied Maker to Open Lower Manhattan Showroom


New York-based contemporary lighting company Allied Maker has agreed to a 10-year lease in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood to launch its new gallery and showroom. The 1,400-sq.-ft. venue features a 150-sq.-ft. mezzanine and a 900-sq.-ft. lower level.

“This is Allied Maker’s first gallery and showroom in Manhattan and the company couldn’t have picked a better space in which to showcase its collection of unique lighting fixtures than on the ground floor of this one-of-a-kind cast iron loft building on a prominent Tribeca block,” says James Famularm, senior director and principal of the Eastern Consolidated Retail Leasing Division. “The high ceilings and natural light pouring in from the windows that span across 30 feet of frontage will allow the company to highlight its unique designs in the middle of one of the fastest growing residential areas in New York City.”

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