Established by Edward OíConnor, OíConnorís Carpet Center has been servicing the New York City area since 1972. In 1957, Edward migrated from Ireland. After serving in the Army, he became a US Citizen and settled in The Bronx, NY, where he started selling carpet from the garage of his small house. The business expanded to a point in 1972 where he opened a store in the Morris Park section of The Bronx. The good reputation of OíConnorís Carpet Center grew quickly and the business became a household name in the nearby neighborhoods. By 1981, the business had to relocate to its current location due to the growing need for more space and greater neighborhood awareness. In the late 90ís, Edwardís youngest son, Keith, assumed the business and continues to run it today.
As a second generation family owned business, Keith has taken the knowledge, drive and ethics, instilled in him by Edward, and expanded the business from residential work in The Bronx to residential and commercial work throughout the greater New York City area. While the core business is still prevalent, OíConnorís Carpet Center also offers vinyl flooring, laminates, prefinished wood flooring, carpet cleaning and window treatments.
The professional staff and expert installers at OíConnorís Carpet Center look forward to at least another generation of serving the ever expanding areas surrounding NYC with all of your flooring needs.
On the agenda for this month will be the reading of the Treasury Report, new merchant member announcements, any merchant member issues and the TNMA status report. We will also have a representative from Sustainable South Bronx to discuss "NYSERDA's Home Performance with ENERGY STAR®" program.
What makes a community?...The historic markings? The newsworthy events? The people? In an era where technology has pulled us away from the heart and soul of what makes us; members of the community, a close-knit strong front, is the disconnect from those authentic genuine relationships built through support and face-to-face interactions.
TNMA members volunteered to clean out and beautify the tree basins directly in front of Rite Aid and across the street from Rite Aid.
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