New Kollege Town Facility to Serve as Key Apparel Operation for Riddell
From left to right: John Riley, President; Jill Riley, Executive Vice President, Business Development; Mandy Stark, Senior Project Manager; Mark Treiber, Director of Operations, Heitman Architects; Emerald Masangcay, Project Designer, Heitman Architects; Bill Linville, Managing Partner, Scannell Properties; Brendan Kelly, Principal, Enterprise Solutions, Avison Young;mAllison Boersma, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operations Officer, Riddell and BRG Sports; Tom Handlen, President, Kollege Town Sports; Dan Arment, President and Chief Executive Officer, Riddell and BRG Sports; Jean Jaime, Vice President of Global Manufacturing and Sourcing; Frank Turk, Director of Manufacturing Operations – Apparel, Riddell
Scannell Properties will lease a 77,000 square foot warehouse in Duncan, a town in Spartanburg County, South Carolina, for Brose - the world's fifth-largest family-owned automotive supplier. They will be occupying a portion of Building 1, a 155,000 square foot spec facility, at Hillside Park.
New Operations Will Handle Production for Riddell: A premier designer and developer of football helmets, protective sports equipment, head impact monitoring technologies, apparel and related accessories.
The City of Rock Hill in South Carolina is pouring nearly $5 million into the renovation of the Legacy West Industrial Park - the first step in a larger development that could total $270 million and attract more than 1,800 jobs. And Scannell Properties is well poised to make it all happen.
Scannell Properties is leading the creation of Cornerstone Business Park in Twinsburg, OH, and is starting to put its stamp on Strongsville which is exploding with commercial development. Crain's Cleveland real estate editor Stan Bullard interviewed Managing Director Tim Elam in a feature story.