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Brothers John and Mike Munter have invested nearly $5 million acquiring more than 225 acres around Saratoga County over the past decade.
The acquisition comes as the town considers bringing sewer service to the area to attract more commercial development.
A supplier of packaging for makers of pharmaceutical, food and beauty products plans move to one of the fastest-growing counties in New York state.
The owners of Munter Enterprises general contracting firm have identified the next frontier for their real estate development arm: a vacant property overlooking the slopes at Whiteface Mountain Ski Area.
Quad employs 668 people in Saratoga and new presses are expected to create 74 additional jobs within the next two years with an average salary of $52,500, plus $13,500 in benefits.
The lumber dealer, which works closely with contractors and do-it-yourself home remodelers, now operates 22 locations across upstate New York and Vermont.