Historic Facility Grooms New Business Upstarts

By Warren Shaw

    Often it is more cost effective to tear down a building and build new rather than remodel and redesign. New construction is usually faster, easier, and allows new business ventures to "build to suit," as well as get their businesses up and running quicker.... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 80

Issue 80
October/November 2005

Cover Story

  • When Age is Not a Factor
  • More and more people in their 50s and older are starting businesses across the nation. Meet nine of them from CNY

Special Report

Profiles

Gary Catt

My First Job

Mayor's Office Job Teaches Invaluable Lessons

On The Job

Has the Price of Gas Forced You to Increase the Price of Your Products/Services?

Success Stories

Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park

My Turn

Suicide Raises Questions About Telephone-taping

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

First Person

Energy Bills Got You Down? Look Up!

Economic Trends

Help to Start or Grow Your Small Business

Special Article

Lee Memorial: Quietly Making a Big Difference

Special Article

Is Real Estate For Real

Last Page

Historic Facility Grooms New Business Upstarts

Healthcare Briefs