The facelift is just the most obvious sign of change, and the most ironic: the facility is being repurposed to serve as a home for a company that builds storefronts for several popular national retailers.
Mississippi Business Journal published a detailed article by Lisa Monti earlier this week. Below is an excerpt with a link to the full story!
The company designs, engineers and fabricates custom storefronts for international retailers. Bradley said their best known customers are Abercrombie & Fitch and its subsidiary Hollister Co., and Victoria’s Secret and its PINK chain of stores for younger customers. Infinity-AP also has done work for American brands around the world, including the Middle East, Central and South America and the Caribbean.
The company outgrew the 10,000-square-foot building it leased in Chalmette. The new location has a 20,000-square-footbuilding, a 10,000 square feet building and two canopied areas with 9,000 square feet each. The entire site covers almost five acres.
Read the whole article on the Mississippi Business Journal website.