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RBJ honors Rochester’s Coolest Spaces

Everywhere you go in the Rochester area, you can find a variety of cool spaces—unique architecture, gorgeous views, funky designs, repurposed buildings, cutting-edge offices and more.

The Rochester Business Journal is honoring the coolest spaces in Rochester with the help of our readers. We received more than 200 nominations for cool spaces in the Rochester area, and our editors selected 30 winners in four categories.

Here are the 2018 Rochester’s Coolest Spaces winners:

Consumer spaces

  • Center City Terrace and Lounge
  • Playhouse/Swillburger
  • Port of Rochester Marina
  • Radio Social
  • Village Gate
  • Wickham Farms

Educational spaces

  • 540WMain Learning Academy
  • Cary Graphic Arts Collection
  • Commons at Harley School
  • Flower City Arts Center
  • Garen Peace Garden
  • Rochester Brainery
  • Rochester School 12
  • Rundel Library
  • Springdale Farm

Event spaces

  • Artisan Works
  • Backroom Lounge at Record Archive
  • La Luna
  • Penthouse at One East Avenue
  • The Sproull Atrium at the Eastman School of Music at the Miller Center
  • Spiegeltent
  • St. Joseph’s Park
  • Studio 180
  • The Yards Collective
  • Wilder Room

Office spaces

  • Center for Urban Entrepreneurship
  • Dixon Schwabl
  • Emerge
  • NextCorps
  • SEI Design Group

The winners will be featured in a special publication and website to be revealed Aug. 31.

2 comments

  1. Greetings – here at The Landmark Society we are thrilled to see our Park on the list of Event Spaces. Please note, however, that it is St. Joseph’s Park, not Joseph’s Park.

    The list was brought to my attention by Shawn Dunwoody who said “Vote!” Is there a way to vote on the finalists?

    Thanks so much

  2. Cindy, thank you for bringing that to our attention. We have made that change. The listed spaces are all winners, not finalists, so there is no voting at this point.

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