Sodexho, a publicly traded company with corporate interests in industrial laundry services, is partnering with Cornerstone Development to introduce its remodeled 145,000 sq.’ facilty to Buffalo. The facility is positioned to bring 160 new jobs to the city by the end of the year. The business, located at 60 Grider Street in Buffalo, plans on being fully operational by that time with intentions of servicing medical communities in the surrounding region. The new “Wright Place” is a $22 million development project. Click on any image to enlarge.
Sodexho has more than 60 years of experience in laundry operations throughout the United States. The company currently processes more than 300 million pounds of linen annually for over 400 facilities coast to coast.
60 Grider Street offers 145,000 sq.’ of manufacturing, warehouse and distribution space in an Empire Zone. With rennovations including a new facade of metal panel and channel glass, multiple tenant entries, additional truck docks, and increased office space, 60 Grider provides a central location serving key American and Canadian markets. Architecturally, 60 Grider’s ‘new look’ easily presents a clean and branded identity of light industry by way of its metal panel. Additionally, the facade’s inclusion of channel glass affords both the occupants increased daylighting – with its positive effects -as well as a theatric and handsome civic contribution to the street due to its translucent nature.