Highline Commerce, Small Business Fulfillment and Warehouse Servicer, Inks 27,087-Square-Foot Warehouse at Industry City

city ​​of industry(IC)—owned by Belvedere Capital, Jamestown and Angelo Gordon & Co.—announced today that Highline Commerce, a New York-based third-party logistics provider specializing in small e-commerce businesses, has expanded and relocated to the 6 million square foot Creative Campus located on the waterfront in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. The company will use its new 27,000 square foot space for fulfillment and warehousing operations for its roster of more than 30 small businesses.

“Industry City is an incredible option for Highline Commerce. Their new space is three times the size of their old Chelsea location, has excellent natural light, multiple loading options with direct access to freight and an integrated network more than 550 companies to build relationships with,” said Jeff Fein, senior vice president of Leasing at Industry City.

Founded in early 2020, Highline Commerce’s mission is to act as an essential extension for growing small businesses by managing their fulfillment and warehousing needs. Like many small e-commerce business owners, the original Highline Commerce concept was launched and operated from a Brooklyn apartment, and when fulfillment and inventory became impossible to sustain in the space, founder Richard Hurley sought to create a company specializing in supporting small businesses. and their evolving needs. Since then, the company has grown and now works alongside more than 30 small businesses, including The Lion, a brand of customizable knitwear, Knickey, which makes organic and ethical bras and underwear, and more. .

“We know how difficult execution can be for growing businesses, especially when most 3PLs aren’t set up to meet the needs of start-ups or small businesses. Our goal is to be the best partners we can be for our customers,” said Hurley. “The new Industry City space will allow us to do more for the businesses we serve, as well as expand our client list and service offering. We look forward to connecting with other businesses on campus and working with our neighbors – it truly is a unique ecosystem.

Highline Commerce joins a growing list of tenants with fulfillment operations in Industry City, including Feather and, which operate warehouse space for direct-to-consumer furniture rentals, Brooklyn Candle, an eco-friendly candle company, and more Again.

Industry City is accessible by the D, N, R trains and several bus lines, including the B35 and B37. Parking is available on 37th and 2nd Avenue, as well as bike racks and five CitiBike stations.

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