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The Rochester Business Journal accepts high-resolution color, digital photos with press releases three to four weeks before publication date. Send digital submissions to vspicer@rbj.net. Insero and Co. CPAs P.C. announces the following promotions: Timothy Leyden, senior, audit department; Jill Martin, ...

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Lago Resort & Casino rolls for a fast start

An event today at the site of Lago Resort & Casino marks the increased pace of construction on the $425 million project in Tyre, Seneca County. The ceremonial beam signing—scheduled for this afternoon —comes less than a month after the ...

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Vacancy rate dips for offices

The Rochester area is seeing a drop in downtown office vacancy rates and the increased need for construction in the industrial arena.

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Cooks buy Bristol Harbour

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The developers of the proposed Everwilde Inn & Spa on Friday purchased the assets of nearby Bristol Harbour Resort, which will be operated under Bristol Harbour Resort Management LLC. 

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Engineering Firms

Information was provided by firms that responded to an email survey. The survey area was Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties. Ranked by number of Licensed engineers. 2016 Rank Company 1  Bergmann Associates 2  LaBella Associates 3  Erdman Anthony ...

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The Rochester Business Journal accepts high-resolution color, digital photos with press releases three to four weeks before publication date. Send digital submissions to vspicer@rbj.net. Clark Patterson Lee announces the addition of Joshua Erbland as an electrical designer. Erbland will assist ...

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Photonics ranks as top story

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Photonics was king in the Rochester area in 2015, according to surveys taken at year-end by the Rochester Business Journal. Rochester’s selection as the headquarters site for the $600 million American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics topped both newspaper readers ...

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Sibley Building to get $42.5M in federal tax credits

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The owner and developer of the Sibley Building will get $42.5 million in federal New Markets Tax Credits needed to start the first $110 million worth of renovations for the redevelopment of the building downtown.

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State Gaming Commission issues license to Lago Resort & Casino

Lago Resort & Casino is slated to open during the first half of 2017, its partners said Monday, following the announcement that the New York State Gaming Commission has issued a gaming license for the $425 million project in Tyre, Seneca County.

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Residents to move into Tower280 next month

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The first residents at Tower280 will move in in less than a month, the developers said Monday during a media event at the former Midtown Tower site.

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Residential, commercial real estate both trending upward

Greater Rochester’s real estate agents are looking forward to the 2016 market. “We do see an increase in the number of home sales,” says Andy Burke, president of the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors, which represents residential real estate agents. ...

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Developers show confidence in Midtown transformation

Not so very long ago, I attended the ceremony marking the groundbreaking for the “New Midtown.” Bob Duffy, who was then Rochester’s mayor, seated himself in a huge wrecking machine that was helping to take the first section of Midtown ...

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COMIDA OKs tax breaks for Caldwell Manufacturing project

The County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency on Tuesday approved $12,800 worth of sales tax exemptions on a portion of a consolidation project at Caldwell Manufacturing Co. North America LLC.

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