Tory Burch to Open $60M Distribution Center in South Atlanta Suburb

by John Nelson

MCDONOUGH, GA. — Tory Burch LLC, a women’s accessories and apparel retailer, plans to invest more than $60 million by 2020 for a new distribution center in McDonough, a south Atlanta suburb in Henry County. The distribution center will support Tory Burch’s e-commerce business and is expected to be fully operational by the end of 2017. The new facility is expected to create more than 150 jobs by 2020, including positions in management, administration, transportation, order processing, packaging and shipping. Tory Burch will fully occupy the 753,000-square-foot distribution center located in the Lambert Farms Logistics Park in McDonough. Tory Burch leased the space from the developer, Panatonni Development Co. Inc. Wit Truitt and Reed Davis of JLL represented Panatonni in the lease deal. The industrial facility features an adjacent pad site, which makes the development expandable up to 1.5 million square feet. Tory Burch is headquartered in New York and has 180 boutiques worldwide, including locations in Los Angeles, Shanghai, Milan and Paris, as well as nine e-commerce sites in six languages. The retailer sells clothing, shoes, handbags, accessories, watches, home and beauty items. Tory Burch worked with Josh Stephens of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, the Georgia Ports Authority, Henry County Development Authority, Georgia Power, Deloitte and JLL for the new property.

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