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Construction projects wanted

In the April 15 Special Report on Real Estate and Construction, 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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Batavia ties for fifth on ‘top micropolitan’ list

Batavia again this year has been named one of the top micropolitan areas for corporate facility investments in the United States. It is the 12th consecutive year the Genesee County city has appeared on the list.

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Prominent developer Costello dies

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Anthony Costello, the developer behind massive local projects including CityGate and the Reserve on the Erie Canal, has died, his company said Monday. Mr. Costello was the founder, chairman and CEO of the Costello Group and CEO of Anthony J. Costello & Son Development LLC.  

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Office design evolves to encompass latest technology

The days of employees tethered to one desk with one desktop computer are long past. Laptops, tablets, smartphones and other high-tech gadgets that permit mobility are part of doing business today. “The use of technology has evolved fairly significantly to ...

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Office parks in suburbs growing slowly, steadily

Rochester’s suburban office market fared well last year, prompting office park owners and developers to feel optimistic about the outlook for 2016. Still, the market is not headed for a boom. “I think the story of the Rochester suburban office ...

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Construction projects wanted

In the April 15 Special Report on Real Estate and Construction, 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. If you ...

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Growth drives changes: Buckingham moves ahead on major developments

Management changes announced this week at Buckingham Properties LLC have been made to help position the firm for growth, company leaders said. The Rochester-based developer has more than $300 million worth of projects in the works and is ready to ...

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Letchworth building year-round nature center

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  The Letchworth Nature Center—a $6.7 million project that will add attractions to the state park that spans parts of Livingston and Wyoming counties—is on track to open in late spring. The result of nearly five years of planning, the ...

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Two-year transformation projected for downtown

The view at the corner of Main Street and Clinton Avenue on an early evening will be radically different a couple of years from now, with heavy pedestrian traffic and activities that extend beyond the normal work day, Heidi Zimmer-Meyer ...

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Home builders form group to aid small firms

The Rochester Home Builders Association has formed Upstate Building Industry Alliance Inc., a new organization focused on providing assistance to smaller companies in the region. RHBA CEO Rick Herman said the organization is a way to fill a void in ...

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80 units headed to East End: DHD Ventures sees July opening for $9M project

An early July opening is planned for the Residences at the Columbus Building, a $9 million mixed-use renovation project at 50 Chestnut St. in the East End. Matthew Drouin, director of operations for DHD Ventures LLC, the project’s developer, said ...

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Morgan Management builds executive team

As Morgan Management LLC adds to its local workload, including redeveloping buildings in the city for projects such as a charter school and luxury apartments, the Perinton firm also has expanded its management team. The company this week announced Ken ...

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LaBella adds 100 workers to its staff

Growth at LaBella Associates DPC, which is coming partly from multimillion-dollar local projects, led to the firm adding more than 100 workers companywide in 2015, including some 50 staffers in Rochester. Its workforce will continue to grow this year, with ...

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