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Top Capital purchases school property

Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School is getting a new building as part of Top Capital of New York LLC’s plan to invest $36 million into the Rochester property. 

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Top Capital purchases divinity school site

Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School said Thursday it is getting a new building, as part of Top Capital of New York LLC’s plans to invest $36 million into the Rochester property. In addition to the private graduate theology school’s new building, Top Capital is proposing a destination hotel and conference center on the 24-acre property on South Goodman Street. 

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Leo J. Roth bullish on downtown resurgence

The newest member to join the family business, Leo J. Roth Corp., believes commercial development in the area, namely what is happening downtown, will have a positive impact on the company.  

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COMIDA approves pair of Morgan developments

Two projects planned by entities of Morgan Management LLC—one in the East End and one in Henrietta—received tax breaks from the County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency this week.

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Tired stretch of East Main set for makeover

Like a puzzle with many parts, everything needs to fall into place if East Main Street is to be restored as the heart of downtown it once was for the city of Rochester.

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Business tenants excited about renovations

The Metropolitan is home to a cluster of commercial tenants, including technology companies, a law firm, an employee benefits firm, an advertising firm and a bank. 

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Tower once a hub of corporate, legal bustle

Newly reimagined as a mixed-use blend of luxury apartments, high-end offices and retail space, the Metropolitan has been for most of its life home to banks, law firms and corporations.

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Dynamic redo transforms downtown tower

Weaving through a steady stream of construction crews that dot the downtown landscape, it is easy to see the area is in the midst of a renewal. What may not be apparent, however, is the equally important revitalization happening inside one iconic building. 

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Trades shortage looming

An increasing shortage of experienced restoration trades people has led to concern about the future preservation of historical homes and landmarks across the region. The Landmark Society of Western New York Inc. has taken up the cause to bolster a ...

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Construction projects wanted

In the April 14 Special Report on Real Estate and Construction: Green Building, the Rochester Business Journal is planning again to feature local “works in progress”—construction projects that have broken ground in the six-county region but are not yet completed. ...

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