Restoration Hardware leases warehouse at Rechler Equity’s Hampton Business District

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Dec.December 04, 2018 03:37 PM

Home furnishings retailer Restoration Hardware has leased 16,000 square feet of warehouse space at Rechler Equity Partners’ Hampton Business District in Westhampton, according to Long Island Business News. “We’re excited about entering into this agreement and what it means for the Hampton Business District overall,” said Rechler Equity Partners co-managing partner Mitchell Rechler. The company plans to move office, warehousing and distribution functions to Westhampton. Rechler is providing Restoration Hardware with a turnkey installation, making it possible for the retailer to move in with few modifications. Restoration Hardware, founded in 1979, has more than 100 galleries and stores across the U.S. and Canada. The company opened its first Hamptons showroom on East Hampton’s Main Street in 2011 and operates an outlet in nearby Riverhead. [LIBN]


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