Nat Sherman is going home again, as today the company announced that it has moved its corporate office to Englewood, N.J., the city that was home to the company’s manufacturing and corporate offices in the 1970s.

The new office will house the Nat Sherman marketing, accounting and sales departments, along with the executive team.

“We’re very pleased to be moving back to Englewood, a place that feels like home to not only the Nat Sherman company, but to our family,” said Larry Sherman, executive vice president of Nat Sherman, via a press release. “The move provides us with a bigger and brighter space that fosters greater collaboration and gives us the room to continue to grow our business, while also offering a convenient commute between our offices and the Nat Sherman Townhouse, located on 42nd Street just off Fifth Avenue in New York City. We’re excited about this move and are looking forward to a prosperous future in our new home.”

Most recently, the Nat Sherman corporate offices had been located in Fort Lee, N.J.

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