About Us

Welcome to M.Katz & Sons

Katz Furniture, also known as M. Katz and Sons is a family-owned retail / wholesale furniture business that has served the New York metropolitan area and beyond since 1906. Katz Furniture is well-known and recommended by shopping experts for providing its customers with some of the lowest prices on top-quality brand name furniture with personal service.

We invite you to explore our web site to learn about our history, which spans nearly a century and learn about our New York store. We invite you to find the furniture you like. Then contact us with all of the style and fabric numbers by using our online form or by phone, or stop by our new location on the famous Orchard Street and we will gladly give you a price quote and find out first hand how Katz Furniture combines some of the lowest prices with service only a family business can provide.

Our business was founded in the neighborhood where it operates today by Meilich Katz in 1906 who instilled in his family the importance of personalized service along with the best prices. M. Katz, whose business still bears his name today began by selling furniture out of a tenement in the Lower East Side of Manhattan and eventually moved his thriving furniture business to a location on Stanton Street, just around the corner from where Katz Furniture stood for over fifty years on Essex Street. As they grew older, his three sons joined the business, forming M. Katz and Sons.

During the 1930’s, Irving, Pincus and Joseph Katz continued in the tradition of their father and established M. Katz and Sons as the destination for furniture in New York City. During their tenure, Katz’s moved to Essex Street near Delancey Street, the area was famous for Katz’s Delicatessen, Ratner’s Restaurant and bargains galore and is now known for trendy boutiques and popular restaurants.

By the late 1960’s, Irving’s sons Arthur and Maurice had succeeded their father and uncles M. Katz and Sons had moved to 146 Essex Street. The already legendary business continued to attract more customers by mere word-of-mouth who had heard about the low prices and the personal interest the Katz family took in each and every customer to assure their satisfaction.

Today, their sons keep the tradition alive by providing some of the lowest prices and some of the best customer service on top-quality name-brand furniture. They established a presence on the world wide web and installed a state-of-the-art computer system to track customer orders and provide a quick turnaround on customer inquiries. Nearly a century after Meilich Katz sold his first piece of furniture out of a tenement on the Lower East Side, the fifth generation of Katz family members have begun to contribute to the legend of Katz Furniture at its new location 20 Orchard Street (also known as Bargain Street)