C2 Partners with Kasselman Solar on Redesign of Headquarters Amid COVID-19 Concerns

C2 Design Group was recently featured in an Albany Business Review story that highlighted our design for the new Kasselman Solar headquarters in Menands, New York. We have been working closely with our client to identify and design creative solutions that address COVID-19 health and safety concerns that include space plans that promote [...]

By | May 15th, 2020|Design, Frontpage, Health|0 Comments

C2 Designs New 6-Story Headquarters for Prime Group in Saratoga Springs

On April 22, 2020, The Albany Business Review featured a story about the redevelopment of a half-acre lot at 269 Broadway in Saratoga Springs, NY. C2 was retained to design a new, six-story corporate headquarters for Prime Group Holdings on this site. The new office building will include retail on the ground floor, [...]

By | April 22nd, 2020|Design, Frontpage, News|0 Comments

C2 Cuts Energy Costs with Net Zero Electric Office

Sustainable design is important to every project. Incorporating sustainable elements into our new office was a major design focus. We partnered with Kasselman Solar to bring renewable, clean energy to our daily operations. This 51.2kW system is composed of 142 high-efficiency solar panels that will generate the carbon equivalent of saving 48.9 acres [...]

By | January 28th, 2020|Design, News|0 Comments

Schenectady Project Funded by Regional Economic Development Council

Last week, news broke about Capital Region projects that will benefit from the Regional Economic Development Council Awards. A portion of the $84.1 million are allocated to strategic projects in downtown Schenectady that will continue to bolster the city’s economy. Our client, Highbridge/Prime Erie Development, LLC received an $800,000 grant that will transform [...]

By | December 19th, 2019|Design, News|0 Comments

Old Schenectady Weigh Station to Become Moroccan Style Spa

Tara Kitchen owner, Aneesa Waheed received site plan approval from the Schenectady City Planning Commission to renovate the existing building into a Moroccan style spa. The old weigh station at Van Guysling Avenue and Clinton Street will become Tara Hammam. A hammam is a traditional spa in the Islamic world, descended from the [...]

By | December 19th, 2019|Design, News|0 Comments

Planet Fitness | Billings, Montana

A new Planet Fitness will open its first location in Billings, Montanta by the end of the year. This will be the fourth Planet Fitness location to open in Montana, joining locations in Missoula, Great Falls, and Helena. The fitness center will take over the former Toys 'R Us building. The exterior of [...]

By | June 27th, 2019|Design, Frontpage, News|0 Comments

Construction Begins At The Reserve at Park South 2

Earlier this month, construction began at the site of the future Reserve at Park South 2 in downtown Albany, New York. This is the second, multi-family apartment complex on Dana Avenue in Albany's south end to be designed by C2. The Reserve at Park South Opens C2 provided architectural design for the new [...]

By | June 20th, 2019|Design, Frontpage|0 Comments

Electric City Ribbon Cutting

Wednesday, June 4, 2019 - The Prime Companies and HighBridge Development unveiled their latest development, Electric City. C2 Design Group designed the new, mixed-use building that is located on the corner of State Street and Erie Boulevard. The building has 6,800 SF of retail space on the ground-floor and three upper-level floors totaling [...]

By | June 11th, 2019|Design, Frontpage, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Michael Roman Featured in Albany Business Review’s Table of Experts on Commercial Construction

In the March 8, 2019 edition of the Albany Business Review, Michael Roman, RA, principal and owner of C2 Design Group was featured among a Table of Experts focused on commercial construction. The panel included Libby Coreno, Director and Shareholder of Carter Conboy Attorneys at Law, Dan Fariello, President of Capital Bank, Joe Fleming, Executive [...]

By | March 8th, 2019|Design, Frontpage|0 Comments
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