Art Van Furniture on Monday announced that it has acquired Pittsburgh-based Levin Furniture, a family-owned company with locations throughout Northeast Ohio.

Art Van, based in Warren, Mich., also acquired Wolf Furniture, a family-owned furniture company based in Altoona, Pa.

Art Van said Levin and Wolf will keep their names and all current management teams and staff. All Levin and Wolf customer accounts and product warranties will continue, the company said.

“Today’s acquisitions of these two well-established furniture retailers — both intricately woven into the fabric of their communities — underscores a transformative new era of thoughtful expansion at Art Van Furniture,” Art Van President and CEO Kim Yost said in a prepared statement. “From their commitment to their customers to their long-standing histories and corporate cultures, Levin and Wolf are a perfect fit for Art Van’s growing family of brands.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Levin Furniture was founded by Sam Levin in 1920. Art Van Furniture’s acquisition of the 97-year-old business will add 35 stores across Pennsylvania and Ohio.

“This exciting new chapter for Levin Furniture comes as we near the 100th anniversary of my grandparents’ very first store,” President Robert Levin said in a prepared statement. “Becoming part of the Art Van Furniture family of retailers will allow Levin to cement future growth, continue to be of service to the community and provide a superior shopping experience.”

Wolf Furniture was co-founded in 1902 by Charles Wolf and Jon Fox. In 2015, the company acquired Maryland-based Gardiners Furniture, and rebranded the stores Gardiner Wolf Furniture. Wolf Furniture operates 18 showrooms in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia.

With the acquisitions of Levin and Wolf, Art Van becomes a top 10 national furniture retailer based on sales, with 176 stores in nine states and $1.3 billion in expected annual sales, the company said. The acquisitions will also add 1,900 employees to Art Van’s current employee base of 3,600.