U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said he was more hopeful about an economic recovery after visiting City Furniture in Tamarac, Fla., Oct. 23. Ross praised the Home Furnishings Association member for overcoming the challenges of doing business during a public health crisis. “As our economy recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic,
Supporting the American Cancer Society is very personal for City Furniture President Andrew Koenig, and it shows. “My mom loved working to support the American Cancer Society. It was her biggest passion, even before she was diagnosed with breast cancer,” a visibly emotional Koenig says in a video posted on
Like other furniture retailers this summer, Home Furnishings Association member City Furniture has become a rare hot spot in an economy that is, at best, lukewarm. Since the first days of reopening in the coronavirus pandemic, the Florida-based retailer has enjoyed what City CEO Keith Koenig earlier this year described
HFA member City Furniture is gladly sharing the spotlight at its latest store opening. The company’s newest store in Miami’s Doral community is a dual-brand: City Furniture and Ashley HomeStore. It’s the latest step in City’s $100 million expansion program that has added a Miami Modern showroom in midtown Miami
Home Furnishings Association member City Furniture has gone big in Orlando. How big? The two-story, 120,000-square-foot store on Interstate 4 that opened last month is the largest in City Furniture’s 32-store Florida network. City Furniture is also going green. How green? The new store is one of eight City locations
Change continues to be the only constant for Home Furnishings Association member City Furniture, this time in the company’s C-Suite where Andrew Koenig has been promoted to president. Koenig had previously served as vice president and chief operating officer for the company. His father, Keith Koenig, who co-founded the firm
HFA member City Furniture became the first furniture retailer in the U.S. to announce the pre-order of five all-electric Tesla semi trucks, marking the next step in the company’s innovative “green” approach to all facets of its business. “We expect all-electric trucks to change the playing field in the years
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