The clothing company is moving from 50 Island St., where itoccupies five floors. The price of lease is undisclosed, but asource tells GlobeSt.com that comparable property in Haverhillaverages $6 per sf. The tenant was represented by Tyler Ewing andBrad Spencer from Grubb & Ellis, while the owner, SuffolkAdvisors LLC, was repped by Greg Klemmer and Ted Geary,respectively principal and associate at Klemmer Associates LLC.

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"Southwick's former facility was on five floors in an outdatedfacility," says Ewing in a statement. "The move from Lawrence toHaverhill puts the company all on one level in a relatively new,state-of-the-art facility. The move still keeps more than 300 jobsin the region at a time most companies are outsourcingoverseas."

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Southwick was recently purchased by Retail Brand Alliance, whichalso owns Brooks Brothers, a high-end apparel company. Southwickprimarily manufactures suits.

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