Subscription clothing company Nuuly opens Raymore facility

The Nuuly center is the second one its parent company has opened in the region.

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Michelle Hataway, acting Director of the Missouri Department of Economic Development, expresses her excitement for Nuuly’s new center.

Photo courtesy of the KCADC

It’s a nuu day. Earlier this week, URBN — the parent company of brands such as Urban Outfitters, Free People, and Anthropology — celebrated the opening of a Nuuly fulfillment center in Raymore, MO.

Over the next five years, URBN plans to invest $60 million to complete the 600,000-sqft facility, creating ~750 jobs along the way. The center will be able to fulfill women’s clothing subscription boxes for Nuuly, launder returned items, and make alterations, too.

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