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RBJ honors Rochester’s Coolest Spaces

The winners of the Rochester Business Journal’s 2020 Rochester’s Coolest Spaces awards have been selected.

Rochester has a history of impressive buildings, and recent developments have only added to the interesting locations throughout the area — unique architecture, gorgeous views, funky designs, repurposed buildings, cutting-edge offices and more. This year, several Rochester-area businesses and organizations also had particularly impressive responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rochester Business Journal readers nominated dozens of spaces for this year’s award, and our editors selected 30 winners.

Here are the 2020 Rochester’s Coolest Spaces winners:

  • Airigami
  • Bergmann
  • Black Button Distilling
  • Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures
  • DePaul Upper Falls Square Apartments
  • Digital Hyve
  • Dixon Schwabl
  • EFPR Group
  • Envative
  • Excellus BlueCross BlueShield
  • Foodlink
  • Frontier Field
  • Genesee Brew House
  • George Eastman Museum
  • Hickey Freeman
  • Just Juice 4 Life
  • Legacy Tower
  • M/Body
  • Max of Eastman Place
  • McCann’s Local Meats
  • Our Lady of Victory Church
  • QCI Asset Management
  • RMSC’s Strasenburgh Planetarium
  • Rochester Public Market
  • Seabreeze Amusement Park
  • Second Avenue Learning
  • Studio 180
  • The Metropolitan
  • The Refinery
  • Vignelli Center for Design Studies at RIT

Winners will be profiled online at RBJ.net and in print on Aug. 28.

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