A sports memorabilia and collectibles firm is growing its operations with a move to Plano.
Beckett Collectibles has relocated its headquarters from Farmers Branch to a larger space in Plano.
The more than four-decade-old firm has moved into a 100,000-square-foot office and showroom building at 2700 Summit Ave. near Plano Parkway. The collectibles company was previously located near LBJ Freeway and Midway Road.
“With this new space, we’re able to grow the team, improve customer experiences and boost overall efficiency around grading, authentication and turnaround times,” said Kunal Chopra, Beckett CEO, in a statement.
“It’s all part of our plan to transform Beckett and build the best products and services for collectors.”
Founded in 1979, Beckett was originally a pricing guide for American sports cards before expanding into other collectibles, offering pricing guidance, grading service and print and digital tools.
The new Plano facility will include offices, a digital studio, recording space, a gym, a game room and collaborative spaces.
Stream Realty Partners marketed the building for lease.