Every year Luke Marion says there is no way he could fit more people inside Otto's Breakfast and Deli.
But every year, the chef and restaurant owner somehow manages to do it. The restaurant's business has been growing at nearly 20 percent every year. And now, he definitely needs more space.
William Aubuchon IV cut the ribbon on Aubuchon's Main Street store, which opened a few weeks ago but held its grand opening celebration until this Friday and Saturday.
Afterward, Aubuchon said the move from a smaller location in the Colonial Plaza to the east on Main Street (Route 2) was necessary to serve the store's clientele.
Growing customer needs means more buildings and more workers at R.K. Miles Inc.
The building materials supplier at the corner of Cole Avenue and North Hoosac Road has added five new buildings to its complex and more than doubled the number of employees.
Miss Halls School celebrated its first major expansion in 15 years Friday, cutting the ribbon for two new buildings.
The $13.5 million expansion project built a new residence hall and a new academic building. The 9,325 square-foot residence hall expands enrollment opportunities to now 250 students, up from 201 currently enrolled. The academic building will serve as the focus of a new "STEAM" program focusing on science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics. The 18,125 square-foot bu
The Community Development Board on Tuesday gave its OK for an expansion to the Pittsfield Plastics Engineering Inc. property on West Housatonic Street.
Jeffrey Randall of Hill Engineers said the expansion includes two buildings, one for manufacturing space and the other for a warehouse. A total of 9,000 square feet will be added to rear of the property for the storage space while 3,600 square feet will be added out front for manufacturing.