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Batavia, N.Y. — Display Development, developer of residential architectural video systems, said Tuesday it is expanding its facilities here by 4,000 addition square feet.
The additional space will accommodate manufacturing, light assembly, engineering and distribution, Display Development said.
“We were very fortunate that the space adjacent to our current location became available,” said Jim Burns, Display Development president. “Our business is exploding, and we needed to accommodate the demands of this growth. While it's tempting in this real estate market to purchase space, we didn’t want to invest in something we may outgrow — it’s an exciting time for our company.”
Display Development recently introduced their IW7 and IW8 in-wall rear-projection display systems that are said to be superior to flat-panel screens in image size, fidelity and overall experience, “with no impact on a room’s décor — when not in use, the system can be completely concealed.”
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