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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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Century Club mansion sold

The owners of the Strathallan, a DoubleTree by Hilton and Hilton HHonors Hotel, have acquired the historic mansion on East Avenue housing the Century Club of Rochester, across from the hotel. A purchase price was not disclosed. The property was ...

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Makerspaces invite, inspire sharing of innovative ideas

As our region looks toward a rapidly changing business and cultural landscape, a remarkable new trend is gathering momentum—one that supports new ways to innovate through collaboration. Makerspaces are on the rise, appearing in all walks of contemporary life. What ...

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Anti-casino group wants court to halt Lago construction

An anti-casino property owners group in the Seneca County town of Tyre are calling for a court order to halt construction of Wilmorite Inc.’s $425 million Lago Resort and Casino project.

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New model, apartment building open at Perinton site

Uniland Residential, an arm of Uniland Development Co., opened a new model unit and apartment building at the Glen at Perinton Hills, a roughly $12 million project consisting of 60 luxury apartments near Route 31 and Moseley Road.

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Going metro

Going metro: The Chase Tower sports a new name and plans for residential tenants to arrive in the spring.

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Construction begins on project along canal


Balconies, a waterfront courtyard and underground parking are among features at the Residences at Canalside, slated to open next fall. (Rendering courtesy of Riedman Cos.) Construction on a $17.5 million residential project on a waterfront parcel in the heart of ...

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Landmark Society identifies five sites for revitalization

The Landmark Society of Western New York Inc. has released its 2015 Five to Revive—a list of historic sites it has identified as opportunities for targeted, strategic revitalization.

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