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Cumar Celebrates 25 Years of Providing Luxury Service
Recently celebrating its 25th anniversary, Cumar, Inc. of Everett, MA, has steadily transitioned through the years – resulting in a premium fabrication operation catering to the affluent residential and luxury commercial market
Since establishing Cumar, Inc. in 1992, Angelo “Ivo” Cubi has continually evolved his business – both through technology and innovative ideas reflecting the most current design trends. Originally from Verona, Italy, Cubi comes from a long line of family members in the stone industry, and today, his daughter, Carlotta Cubi Mandra, works side by side with her father as the company’s executive vice president. Cubi and Mandra each bring their own expertise to the fabrication business, and together the duo has transformed the operation into a state-of-the-art production facility catering to an upscale residential market, as well as doing luxury commercial work including multi-residential and hospitality. Cumar has become a place where homeowners and designers alike come when seeking rare and unusual stone varieties to develop a one-of-a-kind design.
Through the years, Stone World has made several visits to Cumar’s Everett, MA-based shop, and each time the company had something new to share. Most recently, we attended the company’s 25th anniversary party, which was complete with a red carpet for its guests to stroll down. The event was held in what will be Cumar’s new showroom in the near future. Cubi moved the fabrication shop to the 125,000-square-foot building in 1994. When purchasing it in 2012, the company expanded the space by 55,000 square feet, including a new 25,000-square-foot fabrication facility. More renovation plans are in the works to create a new entrance – allowing customers to enter into a spacious and luxurious showroom where they can spend time viewing material and gaining inspiration for their designs.
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