Posts tagged: Retail

The U.S. Census released data on business patterns for 2012. I did a comparison for selected retail, restaurants and recreation¬†in … Continue reading

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  College Town is taking shape. At a groundbreaking ceremony this week, the list of tenants was named: 150 apartments … Continue reading

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There’s a rumor Dick’s Sporting Goods is coming to Batavia. Already, residents are wary of giving the developer tax breaks … Continue reading

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  Danny Wegman once called opening a store in Boston “terrifying,” but he plans on moving ahead. Boston’s mayor announced … Continue reading

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So far this year, Monroe County’s economic development agency, COMIDA, ¬†has awarded tax breaks to two Tops Markets stores to … Continue reading

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Taxpayers are pouring gobs of money into the University of Rochester’s College Town project, which will consist of a huge … Continue reading

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Have you always wanted to open your own business, but found rents to be sky-high? A company that owns 459 … Continue reading

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Downtown Rochester’s newest retailer is on Main Street. Villa opened in July in the former Frederick Douglass Museum and Cultural … Continue reading

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We hear threats all the time from businesses wanting tax incentives from government. They threaten to move out of town. … Continue reading

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More Links of the Day: – How about a Rochester Pop-Up? The city of Pittsburgh is enjoying success with “pop-up” … Continue reading

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