DCOTA

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DCOTADesign Center of the Americas
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In addition to the 775,000 square foot DCOTA complex, Cohen, who is known for his ability to successfully redevelop and creatively reposition commercial real estate, also owns the D&D (Decoration and Design) Building in New York City, the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, CA, the Decorative Center Houston, Texas, as well as over 10 million square of Class A Manhattan office buildings.
With the acquisition of DCOTA, we are now better able to serve all major international design markets, including Europe, Asia, the Pacific Rim and Latin America through our four centers located on the East and West Coasts as well as the Gulf Coasts of Florida and Texas," asserted Mr.
Cheryl Buchanan painting, Bacon & Wing, The Lamplighter Shop, Gateway Computers, DCOTA Showroom, Terry G.
DCOTA (Sterling Square, Pierce Martin, Casual Environs, Adriana Hoyos, Judith Norman), Environcustics, Catania Silks, ADO, Galleria Silecchia, Sarasota Architectural Salvage, Fox Glass & Mirror, DELO, Stroheim & Romann, Custom Interiors, 6969 Design Center, Don Swank, Sarasota Collection, Sue Harman Studios, Rugs as Art, David Steiner artwork, The Lamplighter, 127 Pineapple
The Judith Norman Collection, DCOTA, Pierce Martin, DCOTA, Churchill's, Sheer Supply, The Lamplighter, Erika Moore, Sherwin-Williams
Online Showrooms allow participating DCOTA showrooms to display rich product information and images to a worldwide audience of consumers and designers using HomePortfolio.
Our Online Showroom has been key in driving traffic to our DCOTA location and closing sales," said Allan Carter, president of Myran Allan Chandelier, one of the first DCOTA showrooms to launch its Online Showroom.
HomePortfolio's Design Center e-Business Solution enables DCOTA and its showrooms to provide customers with:
In Florida, they go to DCOTA in Dania Beach, just south of the Fort Lauderdale airport.
DCOTA provides additional amenities such as restaurants, party and exhibition space, and conference areas where designers and clients can plot their strategy.
Smart designers make regular scouting visits to design centers around the country, from High Point in North Carolina to DCOTA in Dania, Florida.