City Wide Opens New Territory Serving Southwest Philadelphia
City Wide, the nation’s premier management company in the building maintenance industry, today announced the opening of a new office serving commercial properties throughout Southwest Philadelphia.
Local building owners and property management companies now have access to a single-source solution for all of their building maintenance needs. Local entrepreneur Jim Prince owns and operates the new location in Philadelphia, which opened for business April 10.
“City Wide is second to none in the building maintenance industry,” said Prince. “Compared to other building management companies, City Wide goes beyond our competitors by offering more than 20 facility services and truly acting as our clients’ one point of contact for all of their maintenance needs.”
City Wide has made a name for itself in major U.S. cities by streamlining commercial facilities and maintenance management of more than 20 services through a collection of independent contractors and vendor partners, including floor care, window washing, janitorial supplies, parking lot maintenance, and several others. Taking the onus from building owners and property management companies that typically have to choose separate companies for each task, City Wide eases the selection and management processes for its clients.
“We’re looking forward to working with commercial property owners and management companies to eliminate the headaches of everyday commercial maintenance,” added Prince. “We streamline the process by being responsible for managing vendors, fielding service calls, and negotiating contractor rates.”
Prince joins City Wide with profound sales and management experience. He has held executive positions where he was responsible for a team of more than 600 people and revenue of $425 million. He looks forward to leveraging his expertise in leadership, sales, and client services to drive growth for the new Southwest Philadelphia office.
Beyond the loyalty it builds with clients, City Wide plays an important role within the local economies it serves by putting business back into the community. Smaller, independent, and locally owned maintenance companies pair up with City Wide, benefitting from the professional demeanor City Wide brings to the table with its clients.Back