Plans to build a casino in Schenectady were revealed Tuesday. It’s one of several that will be submitted to the NYS Gaming Commission.
The Galesi Group and Rush Street Gaming of Chicago are partnering with plans to build a full-scale casino at the former ALCO site in Schenectady.
Quirky is a New York City consumer products firm that combines invention and social media. The call center and testing lab should bring 180 new jobs to Schenectady.
Informz, Inc., a leading provider of digital marketing solutions for the association and nonprofit markets, announced today that their move from 92 Congress Street to 19 Railroad Place is complete.
Informz, Inc., a leading provider of digital marketing solutions for the association and nonprofit markets, announced today that their move from 92 Congress Street to 19 Railroad Place is complete. A ribbon cutting ceremony and open house for employees, special guests and media is planned for April 25th at 2pm in the new offices. The […]
City Planning Commission members got their first chance to hear about some of the big-ticket items that could be part of the more than $150 million Mohawk Harbor waterfront project.
The new exterior work has been completed on the Schenectady County Department of Social Services building at 797 Broadway.
The project, which will be built on the former Alco property on Erie Boulevard, features a large harbor carved into the land. It will be surrounded by condos and apartments, with retail on the first floor and condo balconies overlooking the harbor.
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The project, which will be built on the former Alco property on Erie Boulevard, features a large harbor carved into the land.
Marketing firm McMurry/TMG is moving into a new office above Criterion Cinemas in downtown Saratoga Springs, NY, a change of address that will result in nearly all of the commercial space being filled in the building.
Quirky, an innovative New York City consumer products company that combines invention with social media, is opening a call center and testing lab on the top two floors of Center City
Quirky, with its West Chelsea headquarters, charismatic young founder, recent panel at South by Southwest and beer-fueled Thursday night meetings, is one of those still new, unmistakably hip companies
Four local business leaders have stepped up to help United Way of the Greater Capital Region fill a $100,000 fundraising gap that could result in significant cuts to programs for needy community members.
Four business leaders have joined to issue a $50,000 challenge grant to help United Way of the Greater Capital Region close a projected fundraising gap that could hurt local human services
New construction, new tenants and new property made 2013 another banner year for Galesi Group, one of the region’s largest commercial developers. But it will be 2014 when one of their most buzzworthy projects will break ground.
Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc. recently relocated its service center from Albany to a 40,000-square-foot facility at the Glenville Business and Technology Park, allowing the company to add 33 new bays for its trucks.
Buzz Media Solutions announced the firm has recently relocated to Schenectady, New York.
CTDI will invest $11.4 million in a 151,550-square-foot facility in the park that will serve as a new testing, repair and logistics operations center for its customers in the Northeast.
CTDI has selected the Glenville Business and Technology Park in Schenectady County for a new, 130,000 square foot facility that will create 150 new jobs.