Tioga Town Center Welcomes Grove Street Games

Grove Street Games will soon be opening at Tioga Town Center. Grove Street Games is a cross-platform game development studio that promises excellence through partnerships with other game publishers and the development of self-published work. Known for their realistic approach to games, they deliver clients requirements effectively and efficiently. Their hand-selected smaller team have the passion and work ethic needed to tackle AAA titles. Some recognizable work of theirs includes Grand Theft Auto and ARK.

Grove Street Games was launched in 2007, originally under the name War Drum Studios. They have been an influential developer, delighting fans of the world’s greatest games with bold interpretations on new platforms. They have successfully delivered fresh and original games to millions of happy players over their years in business. Since opening, they have grown to be a leader in the industry because of their commitment to building incredible and accessible gaming experiences. Their games can be found worldwide across all major gaming devices, including consoles, PC, Android, and iOS.

“We’re elated to welcome Grove Street Games to Tioga Town Center,” said Cheryl Carroll, Regional Asset Manager for Hankin Group. “We are so proud to have yet another locally-owned business joining our Tioga community.”

Grove Street aims to create a new norm for game development studios. The unrealistic expectations

surrounding the gaming industry has encouraged sometimes toxic environments for passionate and creative people. Grove Street hopes to break this stigma by developing successful and in-depth games while applying an emphasis on work-life balance and diversity for their team.

Grove Street Games is also deeply ingrained in our local community. They give back through donating to local charities and organizations, helping students grow through internships and resume assistance, and always continue pushing for equality through diversity.

This addition comes on the heels of Tioga Town Center welcoming Big Island Bowls, Momentum Dance Arts, and Engel & Völkers, who have all recently open their doors, with Roots Salon also set to open soon.

Avison Young represented the landlord in this transaction. 

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