CLIENTS IN THE NEWS
December 26, 2018
Spectrum News Capital Region: Orthodontist to Give Free Braces for 25 Capital Region Kids
Adirondack Orthodontics is making the largest-ever donation of braces to kids in need in the Capital Region, donating treatment to 25 patients in need. "For us it's all about the community," said Dr. Sergey Berenshteyn. "We've been in this area now for a little over five years and we've been lucky enough to have excellent feedback from our patients, so we wanted to make sure we could give back."
December 19, 2018
Albany Times Union: Kelley Follows in Her Father's Footsteps in Saratoga County
In many ways, Jennifer Kelley has been training for her new job as an assistant economic developer at the Saratoga County Prosperity Partnership for much of her life. That's because Kelley is the daughter of Jon "Jack" Kelley, the local real estate executive who is best known for his work convincing Advanced Micro Devices (later GlobalFoundries) back in 2006 to choose the Luther Forest Technology Campus in Saratoga County for its new billion-dollar computer chip factory.
December 13, 2018
Daily Gazette: Survey Finds Saratoga County Real Estate Market Strong
The Saratoga County Prosperity Partnership’s inaugural Saratoga County Real Estate Index found strong residential, commercial and industrial market sectors, and said each had need for additional inventory.
December 13, 2018
The Saratogian: Saratoga County Prosperity Partnership Releases its Inaugural Real Estate Index
The Saratoga County Prosperity Partnership released its inaugural Real Estate Index on Thursday, declaring that Saratoga County remains a desirable location for both businesses and homeowners.
December 06, 2018
Albany Times Union: Saratoga's Universal Preservation Hall Makes Final Push for Funds
To help launch the final fundraising push, Saratoga County Prosperity Partnership's President Marty Vanags rebated half of UPH's fee to the county Industrial Development Agency, totaling $26,250. He also noted that arts has generated $80 million in Saratoga County. "Culture and arts are so important to economic development," Vanags said.
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