Uniform Advantage To Relocate Corporate Headquarters To Fort Lauderdale, Florida
According to the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance, the firm plans to relocate its offices from Plantation to 101 Northeast Third Avenue in downtown Fort Lauderdale. The company will make a capital investment of $7.5 Million and plans to add 50 new full-time jobs across the entire spectrum of their operation in the next three years, with 180 jobs retained in Broward County.
The company will occupy the top two floors, plus partial space on two additional floors. As the largest tenant in the Tower, UA has secured building signage rights and is excited for the opportunity to increase the company’s profile and add to an already impressive Fort Lauderdale skyline. The building will be called the Uniform Advantage building.
“We’re excited to move to a downtown location, where we will provide a destination workplace to attract and retain top talent. We are designing a space that will be fully equipped to promote both focused productivity and team collaboration - all within walking distance to amenities like restaurants, daycare facilities, and fitness centers,” said Susan Masimore, CEO of Uniform Advantage.
Bob Swindell, President/CEO of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance said, “We are thrilled that Uniform Advantage chose to expand in Broward County. The company’s decision to grow here demonstrates the strength of this area as a location of choice for corporate headquarters.”
The project was the result of close partnerships between the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance, the City of Fort Lauderdale, CareerSource Broward and the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity and Enterprise Florida.
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