Atwater Capital of Delray Beach, Fla. – which sued the City of Dunkirk in March 2021 to try to force it to fix the damage – now intends to purchase the 500-square-foot facility at 6 Stegelske Ave. for $30,000, and make repairs on its own.
The county's IDA is considering more than $70 million in tax breaks for a large-scale solar energy and storage project in Ripley, as well as a smaller community solar farm in Forestville.
Lactalis, the U.S. division of France's Group Lactalis and parent of Sorrento, is building a 5,066-square-foot addition to its 26,856-square-foot facility at 2376 South Park Ave.
If the Build Back Better bill ever makes it through Congress, the prioritizing of cars made in the United States should be revisited.
Arbor Multifamily Lending plans to purchase over $2 million in new furniture, fixtures and equipment for the new office, and is asking the ECIDA to approve $183,750 in sales tax subsidies.
Uzo Ihenko, deputy director of buildings for the city, wants to redevelop the three-story New Rosen Printing building at 343-345 Broadway into offices, retail space and up to 30 apartments, according to his application to the IDA.
The $6.4 million project by the Greens on Sheridan LLC – which was approved by the town last month – would represent the first three-story building in Clarence.
Kulback's Construction wants tax breaks from the Lancaster Industrial Development Agency to make the project work.
The 47-unit Silver Creek School Senior Apartments project is aimed at those 62 and up – regardless of any affiliation with the union.
Four years after acquiring a medical office building in the Village of Hamburg, Iskalo Development Co. is ready to undertake a $4.5 million re…
RIC Development wants to construct a 3-megawatt solar array on 24.5 acres of forest land at 4545 Van Buren Road, currently owned by Pomfret Estates.
Renewable Properties wants to take 22 acres of the property to erect a 4.5-megawatt solar electrical generation system.
Tops is asking the Lancaster Industrial Development Agency to extend its payment-in-lieu-of-taxes arrangement for the warehouse at 5873 Genesee St. for another five years, saving the company nearly $3 million.
Coca-Cola Beverages Northeast of Bedford, N.H., wants to overhaul its Western New York operations.
An Albany-based alternative energy storage company is proposing to spend $19.6 million on a new power substation project in Hamburg, if the town provides more than $2.1 million in tax breaks.
Saturn Power Inc. of Baden, Ont., is seeking to erect a 3.5-megawatt solar array on a 35-acre agricultural field.
McGuire plans to renovate the former Buerk Tool Machine Shop at 293 Grote St. into 33 residential units
Privately owned Sonwil plans to construct a second major warehouse at the Buffalo Lakeside Commerce Park.
The new owner of a proposed community solar farm project in Amherst hopes to land a special package of tax breaks over 25 years from the town.
Eastman plans to construct a 7,400-square-foot addition to its 130,000-square-foot headquarters and operations facility at 775 and 779 Washington St.
Polymer Conversions wants to construct a pair of additions totaling 41,500 square feet of space at its facility, located in an industrial park at 5732 Big Tree Road.
Time Release Sciences is now hoping to nearly double the sales tax breaks that it will receive from the Erie County Industrial Development Agency.
The activists also criticized Amazon for "how poorly it treats its employees," citing the experience of workers at the existing Lancaster and Tonawanda facilities.
The projects represent a broad swath of industrial capability, from producing sugar and drugs to conducting medical and safety research.
Life Technologies Corp. wants to construct a 50,000-square-foot addition to its 300,000-square-foot building.