ALBANY, N.Y. -- Following a three month process of proposal review, the Center for Economic Growth, or CEG, has announced it will be relocating its offices in October.
The CEG Board of Directors has chosen a space on the first floor of 39 North Pearl St. in downtown Albany after more than a decade at 63 State St.
"The Center for Economic Growth is a valuable partner to the City of Albany and its revitalization projects," says Mayor Gerald Jennings. "I am pleased to know that they chose to remain in downtown Albany to continue their regional economic development efforts."
The new location at 39 N. Pearl will enable CEG to remain in the downtown Albany area with close proximity to a majority of its 300 members comprised of Tech Valley's leading companies, academic institutions, community organizations and government officials .
A private, non-profit, membership-based organization, CEG's strategic initiatives are designed to grow local companies, attract new business and investment, and prepare our communities for future growth.
The new space will provide improved operational efficiency to the professional staff of 16 employees who work with members and partners to advance the ability of the region and its assets to succeed in the global marketplace.