Kanye West seeks to use Wyoming warehouse for Yeezy
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CODY, Wyoming — Kanye West plans to use a former drug-manufacturing warehouse in Wyoming to create his Yeezy brand clothing and shoes.
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The 43-year-old Grammy-winning rapper, singer-songwriter, record producer, entrepreneur and fashion designer owns a ranch near Cody.
West announced in November he was moving the headquarters of his $1 billion shoe and clothing company to the ranch from Calabasas, California. West has since announced business partnerships with Adidas and Gap.
In December, a construction firm gave planning officials a proposal to remodel a Cody warehouse as an Adidas Yeezy sample lab, according to city planner Todd Stowell.
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The city planning and zoning board was set to review the proposal Tuesday, the Cody Enterprise reports.
The building was part of a plan to manufacture generic drugs until Philadelphia-based Lannett halted its Cody Labs project in 2018.
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