Hobby Lobby Stores Plans New Headquarters Facility

By Morrow, Darrell | THE JOURNAL RECORD, March 13, 1991 | Go to article overview

Hobby Lobby Stores Plans New Headquarters Facility


Morrow, Darrell, THE JOURNAL RECORD


Feature Editor Plans by Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. of Oklahoma City to develop a new 900,000-square-foot warehouse, distribution center and corporate headquarters were revealed Tuesday by John M. Seward, secretary and treasurer of the private company.

First phase of the development is planned to be a 440,000-square-foot warehouse, including corporate office space on 57.57 acres at the northeast corner of SW 44th St. and Council Rd. Construction is expected to begin in for the entire project, is expected to run about $8 million. The first phase is expected to be completed about four years from now, Seward said.

Timetable for development of the second phase of the project, which would increase the facility to its maximum allowable size of 900,000 square feet on that site, will depend upon the progress of Hobby Lobby's business, Seward said.

"It may be that we will be doing the start of the final phase when we are ready to move into the first part. We will start the first phase in January 1993, but we just don't know when the second phase will be done. In the meantime, we still have to get all the financing and plans arranged," Seward said.

Land for construction of the new facility was purchased with proceeds from sale of Hobby Lobby's present warehouse and corporate office location at 5500 SW 36th St. last year, Seward said.

"It was a quienounced then. It did give us funds to purchase our ground," Seward said.

He did not name the new owner of the facility.

Additional financing will be required and must still be arranged for the new facility, he said. …

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