COR receives final approval for Mercy project

COR Development Co. cleared a final hurdle on Monday night when the City Council approved the site plan for the redevelopment of the former Mercy Hospital site. [Read more…]

Mercy project clears zoning approval

The redevelopment of the former Mercy Hospital site cleared a major hurdle on Wednesday night when the city’s Zoning Board of Appeals approved a compromise that allows for an urban feel for the project and room for potential future widening of Arsenal Street. [Read more…]

Mercy project’s site plans to go before Planning Board

The city’s Planning Board will take a first look today at COR Development Co.’s $30 million redevelopment of the old Mercy Hospital site. [Read more…]

May 2016: Business Briefcase

TRANSACTIONS

Valentine plans sale of stores to Sunoco

Valentine Stores Inc. announced last month that it has agreed to sell its entire portfolio of convenience stores, gas stations and restaurants to a subsidiary of Sunoco, one of the nation’s largest gas distribution companies. [Read more…]

North Country Family Health Center receives $1 million to expand clinical space

The North Country Family Health Center has received a $1 million award from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services to expand on its main facility at 238 Arsenal St. [Read more…]

Murray acquires three more downtown properties

Brian Murray purchased 505 Washington St. in 2014 through a bank foreclosure. He has now purchased adjacent buildings at 513 and 531 Washington St. Photo by Amanda Morrison, Watertown Daily Times.

Brian Murray purchased 505 Washington St. in 2014 through a bank foreclosure. He has now purchased adjacent buildings at 513 and 531 Washington St. Photo by Amanda Morrison, Watertown Daily Times.

Local real estate developer Brian H. Murray has completed another property acquisition with the purchase of the four-story Rouse Building at 531 Washington St. [Read more…]

Convergys call center aims to hire 300 employees through May

The Convergys call center on Arsenal Street plans to hire 300 employees from now through May, a move that would significantly increase its current staff size of 900. [Read more…]

April 2016: Business Scene

GWNC Chamber Business After Hours at Carthage Savings and Loan

Carthage Savings and Loan Association hosted the March Greater Watertown-North Country Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours at its Arsenal Street offices on Wednesday, March 16. Photos by Karee Magee, NNY Business. [Read more…]

COR outlines progress of Mercy Hospital project

COR Development Co. plans to start the first phase of construction at the former Mercy Hospital site this summer with 108 apartments and 30,000 square feet of commercial space. [Read more…]

Watertown councilman says city should explore CitiBus run by transit authority

Travelers ready to embark a CitiBus at the downtown Terminal.

Travelers ready to embark a CitiBus at the downtown Terminal. Watertown Daily Times file photo.

City Councilman Mark C. Walczyk wants the city to look into whether the CitiBus public bus system should be run by a transportation authority. [Read more…]