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New owners of Aqueduct Building envision vibrant, diverse downtown community (access required)

The development team that bought the stately, sprawling Aqueduct Building intends to create a diverse, multi-use riverfront campus that becomes a gateway to downtown Rochester's west side. Peter Landers, Rob Sands and Jim Costanza — partners in A50EB LLC, aka Aqueduct 50 East Broad — closed on the $4.7 million purchase on March 17 and last ...

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