Food trucks have hitched themselves to the rise of metropolitanism. More and more, people are deciding they want to live in the city. Millennials have flocked downtown at record numbers and food trucks have enjoyed the ride.
Business attraction projects can take more forms than many would assume. There are the basics—a company expanding into a new market or a company relocating an existing facility from one market to another.
Shovel Ready – In New York State shovel ready, refers to a site that is “certified” under the Build Now-NY Program. A certified shovel ready site is one where a developer and/or municipality has proactively worked with Empire State Development and undergone required zoning considerations, completed necessary environmental surveys and studies, received proper permits and installed utility infrastructure sufficient for the proposed development.
Nestled in between the bustle of Buffalo and the city of Rochester lies Batavia, New York. The strategic geographic location lends Batavia to a surprising number of visitors and passerbys. The city streets see nearly 25,000 cars a day, which help local businesses and is part of the reason for the burgeoning renaissance of Batavia.
When working with Canadian companies considering a Buffalo Niagara business expansion, availability, costs, and market conditions are always the primary concerns. Canadian business owners are unsure of the availability of commercial properties, average sale rates, and the current trends relating to Buffalo Niagara real estate.