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Cosentino to Open U.S. City Centers

Cosentino will unveil five new city centers in the U.S. and Vancouver.

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Cosentino Seattle City Center
Five new city centers are planned for Cosentino, including this one in Seattle.

Cosentino Group, the Spanish global leader in the production and distribution of innovative and sustainable surfaces for the world of architecture and design, announces three new City Centers in the metropolitan cities of Washington D.C., Seattle, WA, and Boston, MA. On the heels of the brand’s announcement of a new U.S. manufacturing facility in Jacksonville, FL, Cosentino continues to expand its presence throughout North America.

With a total investment of $4.96M, the three new City Center locations further Cosentino’s mission of
providing a holistic, comprehensive and inspiring experience to serve homeowners, designers, architects, and more. Each location offers unique design characteristics capturing the essence of the community: beautiful exposed brick in Boston, industrial color palettes in Seattle, and historic architectural elements in Washington D.C.

“As a company, we are incredibly pleased to be able to further our footprint in the North American market,” says Eduardo Cosentino CEO, Cosentino Americas & EVP Global Corporate Sales. “The vision for our City Centers is to be a resource for customers as they embark on design projects, big and small, utilizing Cosentino’s innovative materials. Establishing a presence in these three cities creates a mutually beneficial partnership between Cosentino and the local design community including the ability to foster new relationships in the industry.”

With functionality and creativity in mind, each space will span approximately 3,000 square feet and contain the necessary tools to understand the brand and its core features including design quality, sustainability and durability. Visitors will find access to an all-encompassing Atelier - a design workshop showcasing Cosentino’s product offering alongside an expansive selection of globally and locally sourced textiles, tile, cabinetry samples and plumbing fixtures, as well as the ability to work with full-slab digital displays. The new showrooms are also the first to have a bathroom display area showcasing the versatility of C·Bath, Cosentino’s approach to reimagining the bathroom space through design and technology with elements such as large format wall and floor cladding, minimalist sinks and shower trays, among others. Areas like functioning kitchens and meeting rooms give designers and architects the chance to network and host clients.

The new City Centers will display a vast array of Cosentino’s Silestone® and Dekton® product offerings through façade and interactive product displays, including the all new Le Chic and Urban Crush collections from Silestone®, the C·Bath portfolio, and Dekton®’s designer-led Pietra Kode and Onirika collections. With each collection speaking to a different design aesthetic, the brand offers endless possibilities for any project.

In addition to the three new City Centers, Cosentino will also be unveiling a new regional Center in Boise later in the year, the company’s first location in Idaho, which includes both a warehouse and showroom space, and a new showroom space in Vancouver, B.C., the brand’s first in British Columbia. Each U.S. location will be open to consumers and design professionals Monday - Friday from 9am - 5pm with Vancouver open from 10am - 6pm, and can be found at the below addresses.

● Boston City Center: 36 Thomson Place, Boston, MA, 02210
● Seattle City Center: 1501 First Ave S., Seattle, WA, 98134
● Washington City Center: 2100 L St NW, Suite 100, Washington D.C., 20037
● Boise Center: 700 N Five Mile Road, Suite 700-712, Boise, ID 83704
● Vancouver Center: 1640 W 3rd Avenue in Vancouver, B.C.

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