A Leading Commercial Real Estate Builder & Developer in Western NY
We are a local, family-owned company. DiFelice Development has been in business for more than 50 years…investing, building and managing real estate throughout the Rochester, Victor, Farmington, Canandaigua and Western NY area.
We’re not one of the real estate giants, but we are big enough to care and deliver customized real estate solutions for companies large and small. With a diverse portfolio of commercial and residential properties for sale or space for lease, DiFelice will help you select the right property for your next residential, office, commercial, retail, medical, industrial and mixed use space needs.
Put DiFelice to work for you. Ask about our build to suit capabilities where your business can have the space it needs to grow—profitably and affordably. Just tell us what you need and we can help you select an ideal location, suggest creative space options and manage your build out from concept to completion…so you can focus on managing your business.
Location, Location, Location. Before you sign with any of the big box developers, talk to us to discuss our many ideal locations and build out solutions. We think you’ll be pleasantly surprised at your options.
The DiFelice Difference
As a family-owned business, Mark and Frank DiFelice will be there every step of the way on your project. No out-of-town engineers, architects or project managers. Just local folks with hometown knowledge of how to deliver cost-effective real estate solutions. After all, we've been doing this in Upstate New York for many decades.
We're good partners. With our hands-on approach, we will work with you to a find the perfect home for your business and tailor a build-to-suit option just for you. Let our extensive experience in land acquisition, development, design, project management and construction work for you.
You know what your business needs. We know commercial real estate. Putting your needs and our knowledge together, that's the DiFelice Difference.
Frank and Mark DiFelice