Industry City, (IC)—owned by Belvedere Capital, Jamestown, and Angelo Gordon & Co.—today announced that Highline Commerce, a New York City-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 Sunset Park, Brooklyn waterfront. The company will utilize its new 27,000-square-foot space for fulfillment and warehouse operations for its roster of more than 30 small businesses.
“Industry City is an incredible option for Highline Commerce. Their new space is triple the size of their previous Chelsea location, has great natural light, multiple loading options with direct freight access, and a built-in network of over 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 a critical extension to growing small businesses by managing their fulfillment and warehousing needs. Like many small e-commerce business owners, Highline Commerce’s original concept was started and operated out of a Brooklyn apartment, and when fulfillment and inventory became impossible to maintain in the space, founder Richard Hurley sought to create a company that specialized in supporting small businesses and their evolving needs. Since then, the company has scaled and now works alongside more than 30 small businesses, including Le Lion, a customizable knitwear brand, Knickey, which makes organic and ethically made bras and underwear, and more.
“We know how challenging fulfillment can be for growing businesses, especially when most 3PLs are not set up to meet early-stage or small companies’ needs. Our aim is to be the best partners that we can be to our customers,” said Hurley. “The new space at Industry City will allow us to do more for the businesses we serve, as well as grow our customer roster and our service offering. We’re looking forward to connecting with other businesses on campus and working with our neighbors– it’s really a unique ecosystem.”
Highline Commerce joins a growing roster of tenants with fulfillment operations at Industry City, including Feather and, which operate warehousing spaces for direct-to-consumer furniture rentals, Brooklyn Candle, an eco-friendly candle company, and more.
Industry City is accessible by the D, N, R trains and multiple bus routes including the B35 and B37. Parking is available at 37th and 2nd Avenue, along with bike racks and five CitiBike stations.