Jordan's Furniture, Inc. operates home furniture retail stores in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. It offers living room furniture, such as sofas, sleepers, loveseats, chairs and ottomans, chaises, recliners, sectionals, and occasional tables; bedroom furniture, including beds, bunk and metal beds, daybeds and futons, mattresses, dressers, mirrors, nightstands, and armoires; and dining room furniture, which include dining sets and tables, seating, china cabinets, servers and sideboards, and bars and wine storage products. The company also provides kids room furniture that comprise kids’ beds, bunk beds, dressers, mirrors, nightstands, armoires, chests, daybeds, and vanities; e...
450 Revolutionary Drive
East Taunton, MA 02718
Founded in 1918
Jordan's Furniture Announces New Haven Store
Dec 11 15
Jordan's Furniture announced the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony of its sixth location at Long Wharf, New Haven. The ribbon cutting ceremony will take place on December 11th at 4:30pm immediately followed by the official grand opening at 5pm. Situated at the junction of I-95 and I-91 in the former New Haven Register building, Jordan's Furniture Long Wharf, New Haven has a 150,000-square-foot showroom with over 125 vignettes, as well as its own Sleep Lab where sleep technicians will help select the perfect mattress for every customer. Jordan's features furniture ranging from traditional to contemporary and everything in between. Jordan's Furniture is known for combining entertainment with retail, and its first Connecticut location is no exception. The New Haven site will feature the incredible IT Adventure Indoor Ropes Course, the large indoor adventure ropes course. IT includes two 60-foot-high ropes courses that incorporate four separate levels and over 100 activities like zig zag swinging beams, crisscross angle rope ladders, cargo nets, bridges, plank-walking, a cat walk and a 48-foot-high free fall jump. There will be four 200-feet long zip lines that are 48 feet high--the longest SkyRails ever made! Patrons will be able to zip over the 1,000-nozzle water show with lights, 40,000 watts of sound and music, choreographed to a 45-foot-high water show. The light and sound effects are created by Clair Solutions, the company that designed Radio City Music Hall, The Grand Ole Opry and the Michael Jackson Tour.