Restaurants in the Catskills

Success Stories

Greene County is a great place to build a successful business rooted in the fabric of a vibrant community. Steady economic growth, hard work and ingenuity, paired with support and resources has paved the way for a number of businesses, both large and small to establish a profitable location in our area. Check out some of the successful businesses located in Greene County, and read the latest news about businesses opening and expanding every day.

 

Bringing 21st Century Hearing Health Care to Greene County in Coxsackie, NY

May 31, 2017

Robert J. LaCosta, BC-HIS, has helped thousands suffering hearing loss hear well again. His passion to provide affordable hearing health care led him to establish a boutique-style, one-hour stop-and-shop dispensary called hEARt Ear Boutique where patients can land ‘boutique savings’ without sacrificing quality in products and services.

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Flipping the Equation - A Creative Couple Transforms Their Lives on Main Street in Catskill

March 30, 2017

Alon Koppel and his wife Melissa, photographers and graphic designers, had traveled back and forth from their Manhattan studio to rental houses in Columbia County in an effort to balance city life and working with country living an weekend getaways.

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Craft Beverage Boom Spikes Economic Development in Greene County, NY

December 29, 2016

With the craft beverage industry thriving across Greene County over the past year, the county has seen a significant spike in economic development and opportunity for residents and visitors.

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Northeast Treaters Invests for Growth in Athens, NY

April 28, 2016

On May 7th, 2016, Greg Christy and his team at Northeast Treaters will present the results of a $8 million plant renovation effort at the grand re-opening of their Athens facility.

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Festival Attendees Bring $$$ to Greene County Businesses

February 5, 2016

The benefit of two major 2015 Hunter Mountain festivals to Greene County Businesses was officially quantified by Perry Analytics, LLC in reports produced for Townsquare Media and recently released.  These reports specifically focus on the revenue coming into Greene County from attendees who live outside Greene, Dutchess, Ulster, and Columbia Counties.  The numbers are impressive, especially because they do not include ticket purchases or any in-festival spending by attendees.

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Specialty Shops Still Offer Repairs on Main Street, Catskill

January 26, 2016


In our 21st century, ‘Throw-Away’ consumer society, it’s refreshing to know that you can still get quality repairs done when one of your favorite things needs attention!  In Catskill, two of these businesses are literally next door to each other on Main Street.

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Annie Sloan CHALK PAINT® on Main Street, Catskill

January 26, 2016

Repurposing old furniture with Annie Sloan CHALK PAINT® is a global phenomenon, but did you know that there is a licensed retailer for the products and an expert in using them right here in Greene County? 

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American Dance Institute to Move to Catskill in May 2018

January 11, 2016

American Dance Institute (ADI), originally located in Rockville, MD., is set to move its headquarters to Catskill to a waterfront site on the Catskill Creek, formerly a lumberyard.

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Hunter Mountain to Be Sold to Peak Resorts

December 3, 2015

Hunter Mountain ski resort is set to be sold!

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R.C. Lacy Ford Lincoln Subaru, Greene County’s Oldest Automobile Franchise, Opens New Facility

October 7, 2015

Greene County’s oldest automobile franchise has officially opened its expanded headquarters, new showrooms, and new service center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Catskill this past August.

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