Subaru of America Moves Office to DFW Area

Subaru Dealership Sign | Image by Retail Photographer/Shutterstock
Subaru Dealership Sign | Image by Retail Photographer/Shutterstock

Subaru of America Inc. has announced plans to relocate and expand its operations to the DFW area.

The automaker will relocate its Central Region office in Itasca, Illinois, to its existing distribution and training facilities in Coppell. The 200,000-square-foot expansion will also include a new customer support center, according to a company press release.

Subaru will partner with Prologis, a global logistics real estate firm, for the development of the facility, including the Dallas Business Center. The expansion project will be completed later this year and will open in 2025, per the company’s press release.

The Dallas Business Center will serve as the company’s second location for Subaru’s Customer Advocacy Department. The Coppell facility will be Subaru’s second-largest location, following its Camden, New Jersey, office.

About 30,000 square feet of the expansion will be designated for the marketing and sales operations currently housed in the Illinois office.

“We are excited to expand our footprint and capabilities in the southern U.S., further supporting our customers and retail network,” stated Jeff Walters, president and chief operating officer of Subaru of America. “Dallas is a vibrant area with diverse talent that will add fresh perspectives and further enhance our company culture.”

The company’s relocation effort will create new job opportunities for DFW residents. Representatives from Subaru of America will be at the DoubleTree Hotel on Market Center Boulevard on Thursday, May 23, for the Dallas Career Fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Subaru will continue the recruiting process into the latter half of the year as the expansion project nears completion.

Those who can’t make it to the career fair on Thursday can sign up for job notifications at Subaru of America Careers Talent Community or visit Subaru.com/careers.

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