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Project work begins: Apartments planned for former fairgrounds site

Construction has begun at Fairview at Town Center, a $23.5 million redevelopment on roughly 18 acres in Henrietta at the former site of the Monroe County fairgrounds. Work also is underway on the adjacent Dome Arena, a move town leaders ...

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Double-digit growth, but still that family feel

Salvatore LaBella and Sergio Esteban were born and raised thousands of miles apart, but their teamwork created a business that will long outlast them—and that’s just the way the longtime partners at LaBella Associates P.C. want it. LaBella grew up ...

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Taking flight

An early rendering of the revamped passenger security checkpoint.

A 2-inch binder holds the key to Rochester’s airport of the future. The pages within are filled with detailed plans, designs and well-researched ideas that would propel any airport well into the 21st century. The binder sits in the office ...

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RRH to create $26M center in Irondequoit

Aided by a $5 million Riedman Foundation gift, Rochester Regional Health is planning a $26 million ambulatory care center in Irondequoit.

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JCC to mark completion of $15M project

The Jewish Community Center of Greater Rochester Inc. is slated to celebrate the completion of its $15 million renovation and expansion project Friday.

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RBTL proposes $85 million theater for Parcel 5

Rochester Broadway Theatre League Inc. announced Friday it has submitted a proposal to the city of Rochester to develop midtown’s Parcel 5 as a 3,000-seat performing arts center. The proposal involves a joint effort with LeChase Construction Services LLC and Labella Associates DPC.

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Pair to open Fairport inn


Their big idea was generated through an interaction one-third of Americans largely have stopped having: neighbors talking to each other. A 2016 report by Oregon-based City Observatory states 30 percent of Americans spend significantly less time with their neighbors than ...

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Some local buildings have a touch of transparency

Long prized for its aesthetic appeal, glass as a building material requires careful consideration in its application to allow it to shine. There isn’t an architect who doesn’t like buildings with a lot of glass, says New York City-based design ...

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New neighborhood takes shape in center city

Everyone at Bergmann Associates is looking forward to moving into a new “Center City” neighborhood next month. Work stations are being packed, furnishings have been sent out for refurbishment and preparations are in full swing. Recently, the entire staff at ...

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Kilbourn receives fresh look

Kilbourn Hall at the University of Rochester’s Eastman School of Music welcomed students Wednesday in the annual tradition of convocation, and this year the historic hall unveiled $700,000 in renovations. The improvement to the world-famous chamber hall, built by George ...

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Developer Fleet pleads guilty to federal charge

Corning real estate developer David Fleet has pleaded guilty to mail fraud. As a developer of low-income housing in Southern Tier counties, Fleet once boasted his real estate company, Cornerstone Homes Inc., was the Southern Tier region’s “largest…single-family home supplier ...

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Pinnacle North progresses, eyes phase two


  Work is continuing on Pinnacle North, with leasing of residential units underway in the first phase of the $120 million mixed-use development on the north shore of Canandaigua Lake and plans for the second phase in preliminary stages. Project ...

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Downtown transit center lauded as project of year


The Regional Transit Services downtown transit center in Rochester was recently named a 2016 Public Works Project of the Year by the American Public Works Association.

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McAlpin to add site, jobs


A $6 million building to house a growing manufacturer and a sports complex is slated to open this fall in Walworth, Wayne County.

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