The Galesi Group will start construction next summer on a $150 million waterfront revitalization project at the former American Locomotive Co. site in Schenectady, NY.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that $715.9 million has been awarded through Round Three of the Regional Economic Development Council initiative
The Albany, NY region was awarded $82.8 million today as part of a competition for economic development aid statewide.
The refrigerated rail company’s corporate and sales team will be moving into 411 State Street. The new location comes as Railex is working to expand its operations in Rotterdam.
Railex, a transportation company with facilities in Rotterdam, California and Washington state, will open corporate offices on the Proctors block in downtown Schenectady, bringing 20 jobs to the city.
Railex, the shipper of produce and other perishables by train from the West Coast to Rotterdam, will lease 5,000 square feet of office space at 411 State St. in downtown Schenectady from the building’s owner, the Galesi Group.
The Galesi Group’s plans to revitalize the abandoned American Locomotive Co. site in Schenectady, NY would take a hit without funding from the state.
The Galesi Group is looking to build a 151,550-square-foot warehouse distribution facility next to the Old Dominion Freight Lines site inside the Glenville Business and Technology Park.
Capital Region Business Leaders Discuss their Plans for 2014.
Bow Tie Cinema officially opened its doors for business Thursday night with a fundraiser gala for Saratoga Hospital.
One of America’s most vibrant small-city downtowns is about to get another boost with Friday’s opening of Bow Tie Cinemas’ new 11-auditorium theater, Criterion Cinemas.
A supermarket might go up at the site of the old American Locomotive Company, which is square in the middle of a neighborhood that has long wanted a nearby grocery store.
Hollywood on the Mohawk? A major California entertainment company creating a $69 million television and film studio in Schenectady? But this actually seems possible. The stars, Hollywood and otherwise, may now be aligned for Schenectady.
Pacifica wants to build a 200,000-square-foot television and film studio on 10 acres. The studio would create about 1,000 new jobs, with 200 to 500 being full-time positions.
A California-based company wants to establish a $68 million film and TV studio on the site of the former American Locomotive plant in downtown Schenectady, according to documents released Tuesday by state officials.
Bow Tie Cinemas is pairing its Oct. 17 grand opening with a red carpet fundraiser for Saratoga Hospital Foundation’s Community Health Center.
KeyBank N.A. has arranged the financing for a $26 million low-income housing project in Schenectady, in part with federal tax credits.
Galesi’s Chief Financial Officer, Jerry Hennigan, awarded as top CFO of the Year
Moped rental company owner MJ Transportation which manages 5 locations on Block Island will run 175 mopeds on G-Oil.
In 1971, shock rocker Alice Cooper and the band needed a place to live and rehearse. Their manager rented the “Galesi Estate”, stately mansion in Greenwich, CT
Greenhouse Salad Co. today opened its second location, this one at Market Center at 33 Railroad Place in Saratoga Springs, NY.
Informz Inc. is moving its headquarters into Market Center, a $39 million mixed-use development in downtown Saratoga Springs.
Auterra Inc., an early-stage company that developed a chemical process for cleaning low-grade oil, is moving its business from Saratoga County to Schenectady, NY.
The 58-acre property has room for up to 300,000 square feet of commercial development.