Downtown Buffalo is getting a new grocery store soon and it's hiring! The store, which is named the Braymiller Market, is expected to open in late spring, according to a press release I received. The store will be located at the corner of Ellicott and Clinton streets, right across from the downtown Central Library. The store will be 20,000-square feet.
The owner, Stuart Green, is looking to recruit and hire new employees for the Braymiller Market. He hopes to hire around 60 employees for a variety of jobs, including full and part-time positions. People with all levels of experience are encouraged to apply. If you are interested, you can complete the application at www.braymillerjobs.com. Braymiller Market is also partnering with the City of Buffalo to recruit through the Buffalo Employment Training Center.
Braymiller Market owner Stuart Green said,
“We’re not yet ready to open, but we want to start recruiting and hiring essential workers and discussing career opportunities with them. We’re very excited about bringing our perishable food formula to a downtown neighborhood that was long promised better access to fresh food.”
The Braymiller Market has been a part of Western New York since 1941. It started as a fruit and vegetable stand on Gowanda State Road in Hamburg. The stand is still operating in the Southtowns. The new downtown location is its first expansion.