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McRoskey Mattress Co. San Francisco Fact Sheet
Address: 1687 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Founded by Edward L. McRoskey and his brother Leonard in San Francisco in 1899, McRoskey San Francisco continues to this day as designers and retailers of premium mattresses and box springs. Construction techniques have been honed by employees and five generations of family members for close to 120 years.
- McRoskey San Francisco deeply understands materials and construction techniques, building responsive sleep comfort with unrivaled durability.
- At the heart of both the mattress and box spring comfort is McRoskey’s strong, supple steel coil constructions.
- McRoskey mattresses are two sided, generously upholstered, and tufted resulting in a precisely cushioned, endlessly comfortable sleep surface that is time tested since 1899.
- McRoskey box springs are fundamental to comfort because they provide head to toe pressure relieving, contoured support.
- McRoskey San Francisco also has curated mattresses from Tempur-Pedic, Stearns & Foster, and Lawrence & Co.
- McRoskey San Francisco maintains records of every customer purchase (back to 1922!), allowing for direct and ongoing relationships with customers, over generations.
- McRoskey San Francisco has curated one of the best selections of luxury mattresses in Northern California.
- McRoskey’s well designed products are built to the customer’s order.
Where to find
- McRoskey’s San Francisco flagship showroom is located in San Francisco. Showroom hours are 10 am to 6 pm Monday through Saturday; noon to 5 pm on Sunday.
- McRoskey mattresses are located in bedrooms throughout the world as well as at the following hotels and inns: El Prado, Palo Alto; The Parsonage, a San Francisco bed and breakfast; Bancroft Hotel near UC Berkeley; The Inn Above Tide, Sausalito; Mountain Home Inn on the slopes of Mt. Tamalpais; and Auberge du Soleil, Napa Valley.
Company CEO: Robin McRoskey Azevedo, 3rd generation owner.
Robin is the granddaughter of co-founder Edward L. McRoskey. A woman in a predominately male industry, she successfully transformed the manufacturing-driven company culture into a customer-focused, marketing driven organization building the McRoskey brand from San Francisco’s best kept secret to a nationally recognized brand synonymous with quality sleep. She has also built a strong and capable management team.
Selected Press Mentions
Bed Times: “Pleasant Mattress Ships McRoskey Beds“
New York Times: “8 Ways to Avoid Buying a Bad Mattress”
Potrero View: “San Francisco’s Oldest Family-Owned Manufacturer Shifts to Retail-Only”
North Bay Business Journal: “Non-Family Member Chosen to Lead McRoskey Mattress”
Wall Street Journal: “The Tricky Task of Managing the New Multi-generational Workplace”
North Bay Business Journal: “Robin McRoskey Azevedo wins North Bay Women in Business Award”
Business Times: “McRoskey Modernizes with Attology”
Furniture Today: “McRoskey Opening Pop Up Store in San Rafael”
Company Week: “McRoskey San Francisco”
SF Made: “Changing Lives Thorough Jobs in Manufacturing”
Forbes: “Forbes Small Giants 2016, Where Are They Now?”
SF Chronicle: “Dogpatch: An Industrial Hub During Manufacturing Boom”
Forbes: “The Best Small Companies in America”
Hoodline: “Inside McRoskey San Francisco, 116 Years and Counting”
Bed Times: “Mattress Manufacturing Power of Prevention”
SF Business Times: “Bay Area 25 Largest Women Owned Businesses”
Bed Times: “Born into Bedding”
Furniture Today: “McRoskey Introduces New Brand Identity“
SF Gate: “SF 7×7 Fits a King Sized Niche“
SF Gate: “McRoskey Mattress Jumping is Serious Work“
CNN Money: “A bedtime story, for $20,000”
Spatially: “McRoskey Mattress Company“
KRON4’s Made in the Bay: “McRoskey Mattress Company“
SF Made: “McRoskey San Francisco”
CBS Sunday Morning: “McRoskey Mattress Company“
Martha Stewart: “McRoskey Airflex Mattress Factory“
eHealth Radio: “Why your Mattress Matters for your Best Night’s Sleep and Your Overall Health”
Recode: “Keving Purdy Wirecutter Online: Mattress Sales Too Embarrassed to Ask”