Allied Kitchen & Bath moves into downtown Oakland Park Culinary Arts District
Allied Kitchen & Bath is currently looking for culinary-related tenants.
Allied Kitchen & Bath, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary offering the finest kitchen, bath and home remodeling design products and services, recently purchased a 20,000-sq.-ft. design center located in the former Sikes Tile Distributors building in the Downtown Oakland Park Culinary Arts District. Construction will begin this summer with an opening slated for late 2014. Allied is currently in search of culinary-related tenants to share the space in an effort to create a culinary destination in the heart of Oakland Park.
|The new design center will feature an extensive showcase of kitchen and bathroom models in the Oakland Park Culinary Arts District.|
Serving as an extension of Allied’s main showroom located on West Oakland Park Boulevard, the new design center will feature an extensive showcase of kitchen and bathroom models, including several functional, interactive models, in addition to a broad display of cabinetry, appliances, decorative hardware, plumbing, lighting, flooring, outdoor kitchens and home accessories. The center will also feature technologically advanced equipment such as multiple flat screen televisions and a projector system that will continuously display creative design ideas as inspiration for clients.
“We started our business 30 years ago in Oakland Park and now we are thrilled to be contributing to the growth and success of the Culinary Arts District,” said Bill Feinberg, president of Allied Kitchen & Bath.
“We have built our entire business around family values and top-notch service,” adds Joe Feinberg, vice president of Allied Kitchen & Bath. “This new design center will offer our clients more options and ideas in nearly double the space we have now. We look forward to seeing continued growth of our family-owned business in the South Florida community that has supported us for three decades.”
The development of the Culinary Arts District is part of the city’s renewed investment in Downtown Oakland Park, which is already home to some of the area’s top restaurants and cooking establishments. The vision for the area’s development recently became a reality with the launch of the Funky Buddha Brewery, the Urban Farm Park and efforts to attract a Culinary School.