Allied Kitchen & Bath to Open Second Showroom in Downtown Oakland Park's Culinary Arts District

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL – Allied Kitchen & Bath, South Florida’s leading retailer of custom kitchens, baths and complete home remodeling, is pleased to announce that it will be expanding its reach by opening a second showroom in Downtown Oakland Park, Florida. Scheduled to open on April 22nd, Allied Kitchen & Bath newly designed 20,000-square-foot space is located at 3484 NE 12th Avenue in the Downtown Oakland Park Culinary Arts District.

“The entire Allied Kitchen & Bath team is thrilled to see this new showroom open,” said Allied Kitchen & Bath Co-Founder Bill Feinberg. “Our designers are looking forward to providing an additional level of service and products to current and future clients.”

The new Allied Kitchen & Bath location is an extension of their current showroom that is located at 616 West Oakland Park Boulevard, and will showcase kitchen models, including several functional, interactive models, in addition to a broad display of cabinetry, appliances, custom closets, decorative hardware, bath displays, plumbing, lighting, flooring, outdoor kitchens and home accessories. The new location will also feature technologically advanced equipment such as multiple flat screen televisions and a projector system that will continuously display creative design ideas as inspiration for clients.

Several functional and interactive models will also be in the new showroom including appliances from Monark Premium Appliance Company which aims to enhance and elevate the way we live. Monark has partnered with Allied Kitchen & Bath to provide the following brands: Sub-Zero, Wolf, Viking, Miele, KitchenAid, Dacor and Thermador. 

“We started our business 30 years ago in Oakland Park and now we are thrilled to be contributing to the growth and success of the Culinary Arts District,” said Bill Feinberg, President of Allied Kitchen & Bath.

“We have built our entire business around family values and top-notch service,” added Joe Feinberg, Vice President of Allied Kitchen & Bath. “This new design center will offer our clients more options and ideas in nearly double the space we have now. We look forward to seeing continued growth of our family-owned business in the South Florida community that has supported us for three decades.”

Allied Kitchen & Bath plans to hire between 5 and 10 new employees including interior and outdoor designers specializing in complete home remodeling. Occupying about 10,000-square-feet, Allied Kitchen and Bath will lease the remaining half to culinary-related tenants.

As licensed residential general contractors, Allied Kitchen & Bath is well-versed in all aspects of home design. For more information on Allied Kitchen & Bath, please visit or call the main showroom at 954-564-1611.

About Allied Kitchen & Bath

Allied Kitchen & Bath was founded in 1984 by brothers Bill and Joe Feinberg. A licensed residential general contracting firm, Allied Kitchen & Bath’s 15,000 square foot showroom features complete kitchen and bathroom vignettes, plumbing, lighting, decorative hardware, tile and fixtures. Allied’s mission is to provide the finest kitchen and bath remodeling services to its clients and treat them fairly and honestly with the objective of making customer service and satisfaction a top priority.  National Kitchen and Bath Certified Designers are on staff to assist customers with any need they may have. Allied Kitchen & Bath is located at 616 West Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311 and is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Allied Kitchen & Bath’s second showroom is located in the Downtown Culinary Arts District in Oakland Park. The 10,000-square-foot space will feature kitchen and bathroom models, including several functional, interactive models, in addition to a broad display of cabinetry, appliances, decorative hardware, plumbing, lighting, flooring, outdoor kitchens and home accessories. For more information, please call 954-564-1611 or visit

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