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Robert Allen Duralee Group Closes Showrooms in Six Major Cities

February 20, 2020

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Real estate developer Brant Enderle bought RADG for $19 million.
Real estate developer Brant Enderle bought RADG for $19 million.

The Robert Allen Duralee Group (RADG) will close its showrooms by the end of March 2020 in the following cities, according to a released statement: Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York City, High Point, North Carolina, and San Francisco.

Once the second-largest American supplier of decorative fabrics and furniture, RADG officials filed for chapter 11 protection in February 2019 and the company was bought by real estate developer Brant Enderle for $19 million in May 2019.

“It will maintain a physical presence in all major design center markets by launching with new high-end, multi-line agent showrooms,” according to the statement. “Robert Allen believes this transition will continue to accelerate its ability to seize industry growth opportunities while delivering innovative products and reliable operational performance to its customers.”

The company continues to offer “an eclectic range of fabric, trim, decorative hardware and furniture to both residential and commercial clients,” according to the statement.

Click on the following links for F&FI stories about RADG:

https://www.fabricsandfurnishings.com/contract-hospitality-news/Brant-Enderle-Buys-RADG-for-19-Million.html

https://www.fabricsandfurnishings.com/contract-hospitality-news/Robert-Allen-Duralee-Group-Seeks-Chapter-11-Protection-and-Intends-to-Sell.html
 


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