Subway consolidates global operations with new Miami headquarters
Subway consolidates global operations with new Miami headquarters

Subway, one of the world’s largest restaurant brands, has officially opened its new global dual-headquarters in the Waterford Business District.

The new global dual-headquarters of Subway are situated at 1000 Sub Way, a street named after the brand by the Miami-Dade County.

The headquarters' design is distinctive and aims to support Subway's transformation plans, which seek to improve all facets of the business, including workspaces.

The brand's new headquarters' strategic location enables an even closer partnership with the Independent Purchasing Cooperative, a Miami-based purchasing and supply chain cooperative owned by Subway franchisees. I believe that Miami's thriving business environment and diverse cultural heritage make it the perfect spot for Subway to continue evolving as part of its ongoing transformation journey, said, John Chidsey, Subway's CEO.

The office is equipped with an Innovation Center and Mock Restaurant, a first for Subway, and a contemporary open layout with various collaborative areas, a high-end fitness center, and a roomy cafeteria.

Subway's Innovation Center and Mock Restaurant serve as a "think tank" for ongoing food innovation, enabling employees to consistently work together with the culinary team to develop new sandwich creations and products like proteins or sauces.

Designed to simulate an authentic Subway restaurant, the Mock Restaurant provides a dedicated area to test products in a genuine setting, enabling the brand to refine its operations and explore new prospects to enhance the customer experience.

Subway is the biggest occupant of the building, renting two and a half floors across levels six, seven, and ten, providing an awe-inspiring view of the city and abundant natural light.

The office houses around 150 Miami-based Subway workers, including staff from consumer-facing departments and the Latin America regional office. HLW was in charge of the architecture and design for the new office.

Previously, Subway declared its decision to relocate its headquarters in Connecticut to an innovative and contemporary location in Shelton, Connecticut. All of the current Milford-based team's responsibilities will move to the new space later this year.

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