When The IDC Building opens early next year, it will house up to 15 of the metro area’s top home-design showrooms in 60,000 square feet at 590 Quivas St.
The showrooms will offer a variety of products and services and a range of styles from modern to contemporary and traditional to transitional. Each showroom was chosen for its unique product selection and the value they bring to trade professionals and homeowners alike.
“Gone are the days of the traditional design center model with exclusivity only to the trade and doors and walls between every showroom,” says Al Castelo, head developer of IDC. “When creating The IDC Building concept, my team and I visited major design centers around the country and discovered the demand for a more experiential retail model. We chose to build a community at IDC and create an accessible environment that encourages partners, homeowners and the trade to collaborate.”
So far, eight showrooms have signed onto to be part of The IDC Building:
- Aztec Carpet & Rug
- Benjamin Moore
- Classy Closets
- Custom Concrete Prep & Polish
- Inspire Kitchen Design
- Lolo Rugs & Gifts
- T&G Flooring
- Ultra Design Center
The functional displays will allow visitors to experience how products will look and work in their own homes.
The building was a collective effort designed by architect Hartronft Associates and developed and owned by Tri-West Companies.