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McQuaid expansion work to begin

Demolition is set to begin Thursday at the campus of McQuaid Jesuit school in Brighton for construction of a new $20 million capital expansion project.

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Construction to begin at former drive-in site

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  Gallina Development Corp. is beginning construction on the $10 million first phase of a development on Panorama Trail, at the site of the former Washington Drive-In Theater. Once completed, the Panorama Landing Business Park, at 955-963 Panorama Trail South ...

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Deal offers new future for church

An agreement inked last week is aimed at restoring a historic Fairport landmark church and using it as a year-round performing arts venue. The Fairport Perinton Partnership for a Better Community has reached an agreement with trustees of the Fairport ...

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REIT steps into new arena

Broadtree Homes Inc. has acquired Glenwood Vista Apartment Homes, a 264-unit, gated multifamily community in Stockbridge, Ga., near Atlanta, for $23.5 million. It is the first multifamily property acquisition by the real estate investment trust and the start of what ...

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Works in progress

Owner: Town of Greece Location: 6 Vince Tofany Blvd. Project information: Construction of a single, 2-story, 30,000-square-foot structural steel frame and masonry exterior police headquarters building. Cost: $9.3 million Start date: December 2015 Expected completion date: January 2017 Construction manager: ...

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Study identifies two options for performing arts center

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Consultants hired to study options for a performing arts center downtown have come up with two options—one at Midtown and the second at the intersection of Exchange Boulevard and Court Street.

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Rochester Top 100: Diversification keeps its designs on growth

Bergmann Associates Inc., the architectural and engineering firm, is gearing up for a downtown move as it continues to grow through diversified offerings and keeping up on the latest technology. The firm was founded in 1980 and has a dozen ...

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Work heats up at SUNY colleges

The summer construction season is in full swing at SUNY campuses statewide, including at three area colleges. A total of $33 million in upgrades are slated to be completed before students return in the fall, the Dormitory Authority of the ...

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Project to boost East End

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  Christa Cos. and Morgan Management LLC are continuing their downtown development efforts, this time with a nearly $7 million redevelopment on East Avenue. The project at 600 East Ave. is one of several in the city’s East End for ...

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Taylor to build new Cellular Sales store in Macedon

Cellular Sales of New York, the largest Verizon premium wireless retailer in the country, has awarded Empire Commercial Construction—a division of Taylor The Builders—the contract for a 3,000 square foot location in Macedon, officials said.

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$100 million first phase of Sibley Square project kicks off

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Developers of the Sibley building, now called Sibley Square, held a groundbreaking event at the downtown site Monday. The $100 million first phase of the $200 million redevelopment project includes the construction of 96 apartments, retail, office space, senior living residences and a rehabilitation of the facade and windows.

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St. John Fisher to build $3.4 million chapel

St. John Fisher College plans to construct a new chapel. The Hermance Family Chapel of St. Basil the Great is slated to be built adjacent to Kearney Hall.

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Landscape is in flux for non-compete agreements

While the laws surrounding non-compete agreements have been relatively stable in New York over the past few years, changes at the state level have altered the legal landscape in subtle ways, say local labor law experts. And there are changes ...

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