While its always good to see job creation and economic growth, the plans highlighted by William L. Joyce, chairman of the Medical Campus, and Matthew K. Enstice, its president and CEO, in the dig co-working space in the Thomas R. Beecher Jr. Innovation Center showed promise for local jobseekers in the surrounding city neighbourhoods.
Situated just north of Downtown Buffalo, the moves are likely to help accelerate the revitalization of Buffalo inner city, which in recent years has seen a reversal the previous ‘move to the suburbs’ trend, eliminating blight from many areas and making the city a more pleasant place to live.
The article quotes:
“Workforce-development efforts are focusing on the Fruit Belt, Allentown and downtown neighborhoods, with a particular emphasis on connecting people who live within a one-mile radius of the campus with jobs at the hospitals and research centers there.” – great news for local landlords and property owners.