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For over 200 years, starting with the Holland Land Office Company in 1802, Batavia New York has been a safe and pleasant place to live and do business. This historic community was responsible for the development of 3.2 million acres of western New York. It is centrally located between Buffalo and Rochester and within fifty minutes of the various towns and villages in the region.

The Downtown Batavia Business Improvement District has over 198 niche retail stores, restaurants and professional businesses that provide a variety of unique products and services to the region. Downtown is alive with activities and events for all ages.

There concerts and movies in historic Jackson Square, a Downtown Public Market with local produce and artisians, a Summer In The City Festival with food, entertainment with over 350 classic cars and motorcycles and the Donny Carroll 5K Race, a taste of the grape at the Fall Wine Walk, a best of... Chili October Fest, and a holiday celebration under the big tent with the Taste Of The Holidays, and a variety of activities at Christmas In The City Centre.

The District provides the ideal environment for families, business and living. It has interesting stores, historic structures, a safe environment, attractive streetscape and trendy upper level housing with pleasant neighborhoods. These elements create the perfect place for shoppers, entrepreneurs, artists and those who enjoy urban living.

Shop the District...Check the Business Directory page for a complete listing of all the businesses. Looking to Locate Here...Check out our Properties page for some super sites.

Batavia Business Improvement District's History...

In 1997 a group of downtown business owners and city officials had a vision.... The Batavia City Council, on December 22, 1997, passed a local law in accordance with Article 19-A of the New York State General Municipal Law establishing a "Business Improvement District" (B.I.D.) for downtown Batavia. This allowed downtown property owners and the city to organize a formal downtown management association.

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