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More business considering move to downtown Albany

By Jennifer Emert - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -  Just days after several new businesses open in downtown Albany, another business owner announced plans to move in.

Daniel Titus.com is a graphic and web design business that outgrew its current location in west Albany. Titus will move to 315 North Washington Street once that storefront is remodeled. He plans to hire as many as five new employees and says downtown is where he needs to be.

"Most of the meetings I take are downtown, I'm down the street from Langstaff Marketing, a couple of blocks over from Lemonade Marketing and the character and the culture that exists in one downtown block is phenomenally more than most other businesses in Albany," said Daniel Titus, DanielTitus.com.

Titus says most of his business is here in Albany, but he also has clients in New York City and as far away as Turkey. Gabe's a clothing alternation and repair shop and two other businesses have just signed leases and more information will be released on them soon.


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