PHOENIX, AZ – Republic Services, a leader in the environmental services industry, has committed to moving its corporate headquarters to a new custom building in CityNorth, Phoenix, Arizona.
This location is just minutes from the company’s current headquarters and reportedly approximately 1,000 team members will work at the new campus.
“Republic Services is one of Arizona’s most celebrated business success stories,” said Governor Katie Hobbs. “For decades, Republic Services has been a national leader in environmental services that prioritizes sustainability while making a positive impact on Arizona communities. I would like to thank Jon Vander Ark and the entire Republic Services team for their continued commitment to Arizona with this new location and look forward to supporting their future success.”
The company merged with Phoenix-based Allied Waste in 2008 and sustainably collects, recycles and disposes of materials for millions of customers every day. It currently has more than 40,000 employees, including approximately 2,100 in Arizona, and anticipates creating an additional 600 jobs in the state over time.
According to the Arizona Commerce Authority, the company is currently working with Crown Realty Group to acquire approximately 7 to 10 acres in the project known as CityNorth, located in the Desert Ridge community near 56th Street and Loop 101.
“We welcome Republic Services and its employees to our vibrant CityNorth project, which helps create a truly urban environment where employees can enjoy walking distance to more than 50 restaurants and entertainment venues while being steps away from home, family and friends living in the state-of-the-art CityNorth luxury residential project currently under development,” said Rick Carpinelli, Senior Vice President of Acquisitions and Development for Crown Realty Group.
The authorization of the development agreement with Republic Services and Crown Realty Group, approved by the Phoenix City Council, will support the installation of public infrastructure improvements such as traffic signals, streetlights, pedestrian amenities, landscaping and sidewalks.
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