The Clarence-based developer said it will construct another facility at the Southwestern Office Park in Hamburg. The developer also continues its growth in Texas, purchasing a second location about 16 miles northwest of Austin. That site will eventually house four buildings with 30,000 square feet of office space, and officials hope to start work this summer.

The firm is also exploring potential sites for a fourth office park in suburban Denver to join its NorthRidge Commons in Westminster, Telluride Business Park in Brighton and 104th Avenue Professional and Medical Center in Commerce City.