Batavia explores sale of Thomle building
BATAVIA – Batavia officials want to determine whether there is any interest in developing the city-owned Thomle building.
Since 1997, the city has owned the historical, 1876-built building at 2 E. Wilson St. in downtown Batavia. The city in the past has rented the space to businesses at a reduced rate to encourage new businesses into the downtown.
The latest incubator business, Simonetti Studios, recently moved from the Thomle building to a second-story loft space in the old City Hall building at 30 Shumway Ave.
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