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Charter/Spektrum Relocation of the Northeast Region Headquarters to Rochester, N.Y. -
Artistic interpretation of Charter's new Rochester N.Y. based charter office. Charter/Spectrum's northeastern six-state charter office will soon be administered from a new Rochester N.Y. based office. Senior civil servants in New York West join Gov. Andrew Cuomo to compliment Charter Communications on its choice to relocate its new Rochester office to the outskirts of the city, where the airline is set to create 228 new full-time positions.
Gov. Cuomo said Charter would be investing more than $2.9 million in renovating its current office on Mount Hope Avenue in Rochester City and its new 46,000-square-foot Henrietta plant, which will accommodate local senior management, call centre staff and engineers. The New York taxpayer will pay $2.5 million of these expenses through the Empire State Development Corp., a not-for-profit company that provides income taxes in exchange for employment obligations.
The Time Warner Cable team of 460 employees worked in its current office in Rochester city centre. Charter's new head office will accommodate 230 employees. Cuomo has strongly encouraged New York as a new business-friendly state to generate employment and build business. Since 2012, the Finger Lakes Forward has already invested $3.4 billion in the area since 2012 to fund and draw investment in core sectors such as photo electronics, agriculture/food processing and progressive manufacture.
It has been effective in the Rochester (photonics), Batavia (milk/yoghurt production) and Canandaigua (mixed production) core areas, but has not been as effective in maintaining employment when companies are down-sizing.