Dallas-based Heritage Auctions has consolidated its operations and moved to much larger quarters adjacent to DFW Airport.
In addition to additional office space, the new 160,000-square-foot campus includes a large gallery space for events, exhibitions and possibly even its own collectible shows.
The new headquarters, less than 30 minutes from both downtown Dallas and Fort Worth, is twice the size of Heritage’s longtime home at 3500 Maple Avenue, and brings its three separate Dallas locations under a single roof. The single-story complex spans the length of nearly three football fields.
Nearly 450 of Heritage’s more than 600 employees occupy its new headquarters.
The company says its new facility “will increase operational efficiencies and allow Heritage to better serve its more than one million clients, both buyers and consigners from across the globe.”
Heritage is known to sports collectors for its ongoing catalog auctions, but also operates in coins, comic books, entertainment memorabilia and more than 35 other categories. In recent years, however, the company has expanded into the realms of fine art, fine and rare jewelry and timepieces, luxury handbags, rare wines and historic nature and science artifacts.
“We are excited to now be in the middle of Dallas-Fort Worth near one of the world’s largest airports,” said CEO and Co-Founder Steve Ivy. “This location and facility will better serve all of our clients, including bidders and consignors who visit our showrooms or consign with us.”
The company’s new address is 2801 W. Airport Freeway, Dallas, Texas 75261.