Popular Wholesale Markets From New York to Los Angeles

Buying Wholesale Products From Merchandise Marts Throughout the Country

Merchandise Marts are very similar to malls in that you can go to one central location and get access to a variety of stores that sell merchandise. The only difference is that Merchandise Marts are geared specifically for the wholesale market.  

If you live in a major metropolitan city and want to find quality wholesale merchandise, then it's a good idea start by going to your local Merchandise Mart. These are excellent resources for wholesalers, retailers, or anyone else who sells products. All you need is a business tax ID and some money to spend. After that, you're on your way to wholesale business success.

Merchandise Marts From Coast to Coast

Check out the following list of the most popular Merchandise Marts throughout the country.

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Atlanta Apparel Mart for Men, Women and Children

Atlanta Apparel Mart for Men, Women and Children
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Atlanta Merchandise Mart offers a wide variety of product categories. Also known as AmericasMart's Atlanta, categories include apparel, gifts, rugs, and items to meet the needs of any retail buyer. More

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Chicago Merchandise Mart

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The Chicago Merchandise Mart offers an expansive amount of products including specialty gifts and home decor. Originally designed as a market center for trade professionals, it continues to cater to this audience today. Trade shows are also accessible to wholesale buyers and other registered attendees.  More

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Dallas Market Center

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Dallas Market Center offers a complete wholesale marketplace that features permanent showrooms and product lines from every imaginable category. Product categories include home décor, gifts, and apparel. More

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Denver Mart

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The Denver Merchandise Mart is an 840,000 square foot facility that houses more than 3,500 lines, 450 permanent showrooms and includes categories such as gifts, resorts, collectibles, home furnishings, apparel, and accessories for women, men, and children. It also offers western apparel and equipment, souvenirs, gourmet food, decorative accessories, and carpeting. More

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Los Angeles Fashion Market — California Market Center

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The California Market Center offers showrooms, and event and creative space to the Los Angeles Fashion Market. Showrooms feature the most comprehensive collection of gifts, accessories, and furniture offerings. More

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Massachusetts Northeast Market Center

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The Northeast Market Center is a 75,000 square foot facility housing 30 sales agency showroom suites and a gallery of salons displaying over 1,000 gift and decorative accessory product lines available at wholesale to retailers. More

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Miami Merchandise Mart

Miami Merchandise Mart. Credit: www.bizjournals.com

The Miami Merchandise Mart is a professional wholesale market where showroom owners assemble collections from manufacturers in Europe, the Orient, Latin America, and the U.S., and matches them up with the needs of buyers in Florida, the Caribbean, and Latin America. Over 10,000 professional buyers make multiple visits to this Mart each year. More

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Minneapolis Mart

Minneapolis Mart. Credit: www.merchantcircle.com

The Minneapolis Mart is a permanent wholesale showroom facility, featuring over 5,000 lines of home decor, accessory, and apparel merchandise in 140 showrooms.  More

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New York Market Center

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The New York Market Center is home to over 200 showrooms with product categories including home textiles, gifts, kitchenware, tabletop, furniture, toys, seasonal and general merchandise, architectural products, and art. More

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North Carolina High Point Market

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The High Point Market draws more than 75,000 people every 6 months and is the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world. The market features over 180 Buildings and 11.5 million square feet of show space.  More

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San Francisco Design Center

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The San Francisco Design Center is comprised of 2 buildings—the Showplace and Galleria. Together they house over 100 beautifully curated showrooms representing over 2,000 manufacturers whose product lines are sourced locally and internationally.  More