Visum ranks #501 fastest-growing business in the United States
Meet America's most inspiring entrepreneurs this year. ~Inc.
Central NY is home to the fastest-growing private company in Upstate NY
A new ranking of the fastest growing private companies in Upstate New York shows that businesses can and do thrive in Upstate New York, and for one Central New York company, business is booming. ~The Post-Standard | Syracuse.com
Visum ranks #1 fastest-growing company in Upstate NY.
Take a look through to find out which companies in your area are on the cutting edge. ~NY Upstate
"New apartment building planned in Collegetown"
The streets of Collegetown are about to get a little denser. Plans are being presented to the Ithaca city planning board Tuesday night detailing a 5-story, 76-bedroom apartment building proposed for 201 College Avenue, two blocks south of Collegetown's core. A student boarding house from the early 1900s currently occupies the site. ~The Ithaca Voice
"Planning Board gives first thoughts on Ithaca's Aurora Street project"
At their monthly meeting Tuesday night, the Planning Board got their first looks at preliminary design concepts for a downtown development on the corner of North Aurora and East Seneca Streets.The project is being developed by local businessmen Todd Fox, Charlie O'Connor and Bryan Warren. Fox heads Visum Development Group. Warren operates Warren Real Estate, and Fox and O'Connor are business partners in local rental company Modern Living Rentals. ~The Ithaca Voice
"Five-story development proposed for Collegetown"
Collegetown's skyline could rise again with a new proposal from a local luxury real estate company. Visum Development, a local real estate developer, is proposing a five-story apartment building at the Planning and Development Board meeting this week. Modern Living Rentals head Todd Fox is listed as the chief contact for the project, which is at 201 College Ave. ~Ithaca Journal
"Visum Development plans large apartment complex in Collegetown"
The landscape of Collegetown continues to change. Plans were presented at the Ithaca city planning board for what could be one of the largest apartment complexes in Collegetown's core. ~The Ithaca Voice