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Garment Districts Trade Centers Wholesale International Garment Districts
Garment Districts Trade Centers Wholesale International Garment Districts

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The Americas Mart – Atlanta – The largest wholesale marketplace of its kind in the world, and is a leading international market source for a wide variety of consumer goods It hosts 17 wholesale markets and six Market Wednesdays that annually attract more than 303,000 attendees from every U.S. state and more than 72 countries.

The California Market Center – The newest marketplace for fashion, gift & home. Located at the corner of Olympic & Main in downtown Los Angeles, the CMC is helping retailers redefine modern merchandising. CMC is conveniently located near the Los Angeles Convention Center, site of the California Gift Show, each January and July. And, nearby points of interest include Santa Monica and the beaches, Dodger Stadium, The Music Center, Universal Studios Theme Park, Chinatown, Hollywood Bowl and the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Getty Museum

The Charlotte Hosiery District – The Charlotte Cotton Mills fronted on West Fifth Street. Three cotton mills were organized and placed into production. All were erected by the D. A. Tompkins Co. This firm, co-founded by Daniel Augustus Tompkins and R. M. Miller, Sr. in 1884, included among its activities the construction and outfitting of cotton mills and cotton oil mills.

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The Chicago Merchandise Mart – The largest commercial building in the world,previously the largest building in the world, until the U.S. Pentagon was built, with more than 22 miles of corridors. In 1977, The Merchandise Mart’s sister building, the Chicago Apparel Center, was completed. The 1.7 million sq.ft. building houses wholesale apparel showrooms, office and retail space along with a 3,400sqft. conferencing facility and a 525-room, business class hotel, holiday Inn Mart Plaza. With more than 250 wholesale showrooms for apparel and accessories

The Dallas Market Center – The largest wholesale merchandise resource in the world as recorded by the Guinness Book of World Records, is the one location where retailers from around the globe source a wide range of products ranging from home furnishings, gifts, decorative accessories, lighting, garden accessories and gourmet items to textiles, fashion accessories and women’s, men’s, children’s and western apparel. With more than 50 markets each year attended by more than 200,000 buyers

The Denver Merchandise Mart Gift and Apparel Markets – These are wholesale shows open to the trade only. The Denver Apparel & Accessory Market features women’s, men’s and children’s apparel and accessories. Held five times a year, the market serves buyers from throughout the Rocky Mountain Region and provides an opportunity to order merchandise from approximately one thousand manufacturers all in one place.

The Miami International Merchandise Mart – Florida’s only wholesale mart, features more than 300 showrooms on 286,000 square-feet of space adjacent to Miami Int’l Airport. Established in 1968, Miami Mart boasts more than 300 U.S. and int’l wholesale merchandise showrooms, and is the premiere trade destination for local, national and int’l retail buyers.

The New York City Garment District – Also known as the Chelsea/garment district is located in a prime location of Manhattan. With the Javits Center to the west, Time Square to the north, the Empire State Building to the east, and Penn Station and Madison Square garden to the south. The district was originally fully retail, until the gradual moving of retailers uptown. What remained was wholesalers and warehouses. The district is now home to a high concentration of garment and fabric manufacturers, wholesale distributors, factory sales reps, brokers, and designer studios, especially all along Madison Avenue. Designer studios and factory showrooms are found within the skyscrapers in the 100 block of Madison Ave, making it easy for retailers and distributors to visit many vendor, with very little travel time spent in the city.