Built in 1864 by the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, the 132 Main Street building in downtown Wadsworth was remodeled by Bob Thurber for SaberLogic. Demolition of the first floor started in early 2009 and was completed by June 2009 at a cost of nearly $150,000. 10 large dumpsters were required to haul away all of the debris from demolition. All of the wiring, plumbing, natural gas and heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems were updated. Two layers of carpet and one layer of tile were removed from the floors to reveal the original wood, which was then completely refinished. Exposed brick from the original building is the highlight of the main office space. Two new restrooms, a kitchen, conference room and a server room were also added. The front awning and the back-lit illuminated sign were installed the following year.
SaberLogic moved their office from Weber Drive to the new office space in June 2009. One of the features that drew SaberLogic to the new space was the large open floor plan, the "industrial" look of the interior and the proximity to downtown. The open floor plan includes a common area with a couch and several chairs where any of the 17 current employees can collaborate together on projects in a relaxed, less formal environment.