295 Fifth is New York’s #1 showroom building for the home textiles industry.

295 Fifth Avenue, known as the Textile Building and was built by Sommerfeld & Steckler in 1920 on the original site of Alfred Stieglitz Studios, known as “295”. When 295 Fifth was completed in 1921, 295 began the shift of this stretch of Fifth Avenue from retail to wholesale commerce. Not only does 295 Fifth house the best showrooms in the home textile market in New York, but it is just blocks away from National Historic landmarks such as the Empire State and Flatiron Buildings.

Visit 295 Fifth Avenue and see why home textile leaders Croscill Home, Ex-Cell Home Fashions, Jay Franco & Sons, Mohawk Home, Town & Country Linens, Home Fashions International, S. Lichtenberg & Co., Welspun U.S.A. and 150 more, have made it their home.For over 90 years, we have been providing the Home Textile Industry with top notch showrooms to better serve your business’s needs.

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Resources & Events
Lounge7Market Week is a busy time in 295 Fifth Avenue and for our visitors. We have many visitors throughout the week and we know it can be a hectic time. During Market Week, we offer a variety of complimentary services in our Buyers Lounge to make your visit as comfortable and as productive as possible. Please visit our buyers lounge and enjoy your time at 295 Fifth Avenue.

Buyers Lounge:

Our Buyers Lounge complimentary amenities include:


Free Coat Check
Free WiFi
Complimentary Bagels, Fruits, Pastries and Coffee
Ample seating to conduct private conversations or to wait for appointments
Televisions showing news reports

Upcoming Market Week Dates

2015 Market Weeks:

Fall: September 28 – October 1

2016 Market Weeks:

Spring: March 14 – March 17
Fall: September 19 – September 22

2017 Market Weeks:

Spring: March 27 – March 30
Fall: September 11 – September 14

Market Week Hours Of OperationsConfB

During Market Week:

The 295 Fifth Textile Building is accessible 24/7 and always staffed
The 295 Fifth Textile Building is open to visitors from 8 am To 5 pm
The 295 Fifth Textile Building Elevators are available to tenants, 2 (two) Saturdays before the beginning of Market Week

Local Information
New York can be tough to get around if you don’t know where you’re going. View The Maps Below To See Local Parking, Restaurants, Spas, Gyms and Banks in our area to help you find what you need and make your visit to New York and to 295 Fifth Avenue, a comfortable and pleasant experience.

Banking Map

Gym Map

Parking Map

Restaurant Map

Spa Map

Hotel Map



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