F.J. Kashanian Rugs to Open new Headquarters

SECAUCUS, N.J.--Area rug importer F.J. Kashanian will move to a new modern showroom and corporate space this summer at 600 Meadowlands Parkway, suite 22-A, here. The new location is a mile from the Secaucus train station, making it convenient to get to and from New York City, an eight-minute train ride, said Jonathan Kashanian.

"We are very excited for the move and we are designing the space to be a gallery to make it comfortable and relaxing for customers when they want to view our rugs in our main headquarters," Kashanian added.  The company will be operating out of this location as of July/August, he said, and all phone numbers, email, and website will remain the same.

The company was formerly located in the ORICA building in Secaucus.

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