Adler Windows recently opened a 1,400-square-foot Manhattan showroom. The new facility, located at 350 Seventh Avenue, will also serve as sales, estimating and marketing offices, as well as a conference meeting space for activities related to the company’s fenestration services. A series of evening receptions in late June, attended by over 150 design and construction professionals, marked the grand opening.

Jamaica, N.Y.-based Adler Windows is among a handful of door and window companies with a showroom in Manhattan.

“Having a presence in Manhattan, in the heart of the city’s design and construction community, is a big plus for us,” said Ross Adler, president of Adler Windows. “With this space we will be much closer to our clients and to our major projects. The new facility also adds needed space since the company has expanded our sales team with four new members in the past three months alone and we are quickly outgrowing our Jamaica headquarters.”

Adler’s new private conference facility will be used by the company for project meetings with building owners, general contractors, architects and specifiers. The conference space will also be used to host numerous AIA-accredited fenestration related continuing education courses given by manufacturers and open for all area design and construction professionals.

Adler Windows has grown rapidly since it was founded by Gary Adler in Queens in 1986. Joined by his son Ross nine years ago, the company now boasts 80 employees and handles all types of residential and commercial window projects throughout the New York metro area. The company’s growth has been recognized by Inc. Magazine in its annual national list of the 5,000 Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies for 2014 and again in 2015.


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