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We’re Moving! (Maybe)

After 2 1/2 years in the Cobblestone District, we’re looking to move offices.  

Since we opened our offices in Savarino’s building, a lot has changed around us.  The terminal building directly next door has been transformed from an empty shell into two great new downtown bar/restaurants – Morrissey’s and Benchwarmer’s.  The building at the end of the block – 95 Perry – has gone from a hulking empty warehouse to a vibrant, occupied mixed use building – with five kick-ass apartments and a gym that’s available to the occupants/workers of both buildings.  Imagine – a rendering became reality in Buffalo.  Yes, cynics, it does happen.  
Having been one of the first companies to take the gamble on the Cobblestone District, we’re happy many have joined us here.  And we’re even happier than more investment is planned.  

In the interest of moving up and moving on, we’re in the midst of looking to purchase one of a couple of interesting, uniquely Buffalo buildings for sale that we think could serve as our new home.  When you grow up, you’d just rather own than rent; it’s the natural order of things.  We hope to have news on this shortly, so we’ll keep you posted.

With a move in the offing, our current digs will be available for lease.  The loft-style space is just over 4,000 sq ft and was built to reflect an open, modern office experience. We have a balcony, some cool downtown views, and a foosball table (but that comes with us).  Abby Mecca, a local advertising agency, moved into the first floor of our building a few months ago.  Savarino occupies the second floor and Clark Patterson has the third floor.  If you want cool office space that makes an impression on clients and employees, this is the place to be.  Did we mention the Cheerio scented air is included?   
If you’re interested in our Mississippi Street space, contact Kevin Hays at Savarino.

Get Conntected:
Kevin Hays
Savarino Companies
716.332.5959, Ext. 393

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