New York City will host the fourth edition of Home Textiles Sourcing Expo (HTSE) in July for three days of successful business negotiating between the industry’s best buyers and sellers.
The event will take place at the Javits Convention Center, located at 655 West 34th Street. For more information on this facility, please visit www.javitscenter.com.
We have secured discounted room rates at seven hotels in the New York Metro area through our housing partner Wyndham Jade.
Exhibitors and attendees, click here
to make your reservation.
New York City
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Traveling to and around New York
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Major Metropolitan-Area Airports
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), Queens, New York
This airport is New York's largest, serving more than 110 primarily international --airlines. It is approximately 15 miles from midtown Manhattan.
Fiorello LaGuardia Airport (LGA), Queens, New York
This is New York's second largest airport, serving more than 20 airlines to mostly domestic destinations, Canada, and the Caribbean. It is on the northern shore of Queens, directly across the East River, about 9 miles from midtown Manhattan. Follow signs marked "Ground Transportation" as you exit the airport.
Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), Newark, New Jersey
Newark Airport, with service from 47 airlines (36 of them international), is across the river from New York City, 16 miles and 45-60 minutes from midtown.
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