More than eight and a half years after opening its doors, Rare Earth Interactive has moved from its inaugural location to a brand-new office suite at 170 Franklin Street in Buffalo.
"We evaluated more than a half-dozen locations in the City before selecting [the Crosby Building]," said Craig Chapman, president and founder of Rare Earth Interactive. He added "we were looking for a location that was both convenient to the best of what City working had to offer and a developer who would build to suit our needs. Ellicott Development made that happen for us."
Rare Earth's new offices are convenient to the Convention Center and City Hall, as well as both the Theater and Chippewa entertainment districts and summer events at Lafayette Square.
Out-of-town customers who visit can stay at the Hyatt and get to our offices by stepping out-of-doors only twice to cross Pearl and Franklin Streets - which is very convenient during the notorious Buffalo winters. Employees can likewise park in a nearby ramp and take the same indoor path - protected from the elements.
In the coming months, Rare Earth will also make its state-of-the-art conference room available to nearby businesses for teleconferences and multimedia training sessions.