Mulberrys, the Minnesota-based laundry and drycleaning service, has announced its expansion to the west coast with the acquisition of San Francisco-based GreenStreets Cleaners.

Mulberrys will now own and operate ten GreenStreets storefront locations and two proprietary Cleaning Labs in the San Francisco Bay area. With the GreenStreets acquisition, Mulberrys now operates sixteen stores throughout the USA.

The new Mulberrys Bay Area locations include ten stores in San Francisco, Mission Bay, South Beach, Marina/Cow Hollow, Belmont, Burlingame, San Carlos and Palo Alto. They will be staffed by 65 local employees.  

GreenStreets was founded in 2007 by Kevin Kneafsey and Glenn Gilmore. The business has won several “Best of San Francisco” awards from publications like the San Francisco Chronicle and SF Weekly.

“We really admire Mulberrys' vision for the future of garment care and are excited to take these next steps together,” said Kneafsey. “GreenStreets was able to leap frog several years by tying our brand to Mulberrys. Rather than try and reinvent the wheel, we joined forces with Dan Miller to take advantage of his very innovative operational techniques and platform for offering best-in-class customer experience.”

“Mulberrys is on a mission to establish the first national garment care brand,” said Mulberrys founder & CEO Dan Miller. “San Francisco and Silicon Valley are among the most discerning consumer markets in the USA and we are thrilled to build upon GreenStreets’ local success while introducing Mulberrys’ eco-friendly laundry service, cutting-edge technology, and affordable prices to the Bay Area.”