MidCity Office Furniture Quickly Transforms Savarino Companies’ New Space

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MidCity Office Furniture recently completed the space planning, design, and furniture installation of Savarino Companies’ new location at 95 Perry Street in downtown Buffalo in under 60 days.

MidCity Office Furniture recently completed the space planning, design, and furniture installation of Savarino Companies’ new location at 95 Perry Street in downtown Buffalo in under 60 days. MidCity designed to the space’s constraints and selected furniture to give Savarino a space with style and adaptability. Allsteel Consensys workstations and modular walls were used because they provided versatility and privacy. Krug Zola seating and credenza were used to add modern design. “Savarino was impressed by how quickly MidCity was able to complete the space, and they’ve already noticed that the flexibility of the modular walls has increased productivity in their office,” says Kurt Amico, President of MidCity Office Furniture.

About MidCity Office Furniture. "For a Better Day at the Office."
More than 40 years of providing affordable office solutions to Western New York businesses. From conference rooms to executive suites...file cabinets to cubicles...floor covering to window treatments, MidCity Office Furniture has the solution for you. Located in the Tri-Main Center, MidCity has clients across New York State including Synacor, Roswell Park, Buffalo Computer Graphics, Homeland Security, Community Health Center of Buffalo, and Daily Post.

About Savarino Companies
Savarino Companies was founded in Buffalo, New York in 2001 and has since grown to be a distinguished builder and developer with projects throughout upstate New York. Savarino is about more than building residential developments and commercial facilities. They’re about building better communities and building a better place to work. Savarino’s management and staff have extensive experience in all aspects of construction and development.

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