(Winston-Salem, NC) -- Inmar is expanding into an R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company building in Winston-Salem by the end of next year.
The expansion will move all of their employees to the new location in the downtown area of the Piedmont Triad Research Park.
Inmar CEO David Mounts made that announcement at an employee town hall this week at Reynolds Auditorium.
Inmar is a rapidly growing retail technology and reverse logistics firm. It won commitments for up to $2.8 million in incentives from Winston-Salem and Forsyth County to stay and expand by adding 212 jobs to the 700 it already has in the city.
Several locations were considered before choosing the buildings at the southeast corner of Seventh and Vine streets, known as the 90-3 and 90-1A Reynolds buildings.
Those buildings have a total of 240,000 square feet and will be large enough to hold Inmar's entire projected work force.
The company expects to be able to relocate from Inmar's current main campus on Pilgrim Court by December 2013.