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Owner: North Rose-Wolcott Central School District Location: Wolcott Project information: Construction includes a 12,000-square-foot, 10-classroom addition, 7,400-square-foot adaptive physical education addition and main entrance addition at the high school. Cost: $21 million Start date: October 2008 Expected completion date: August ...

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Affordable housing projects receive $2.3M

The Federal Home Loan Bank of New York has awarded $2.3 million in grants for five affordable housing projects that will result in more than 420 units in Rochester, officials announced Wednesday.

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ElderWood opens facility in Penfield

ElderWood Affiliates Inc., operator of several senior living facilities in western and central New York, on Tuesday opened its first facility in the Rochester market.

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Plurality opposes government funding for RBTL arts center

Respondents to this week’s Rochester Business Journal Daily Report Snap Poll say a performing arts center at Midtown Plaza would be a catalyst for development but the city and county should not help pay for it. The Rochester Broadway Theatre ...

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Meeting on Midtown to be webcast

Because of security requirements at the offices of Nixon Peabody LLP in Rochester, the public is being encouraged to watch Tuesday’s meeting of the Empire State Development Corp. by webcast, officials said Monday.

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Plaza to get ‘green’ upgrade

  Work has begun to replace the leaky roof of the Civic Center parking garage and the barren plaza atop it with a new, green roof that will have grass, trees and lighting. Some $4.7 million in federal stimulus funding ...

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Electrical Contractors

Information was provided by electrical contractors in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties; ranked by number of local electricians.

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Developers pull proposal for Main Street

Development of one of the premier parcels remaining in the downtown core is apparently back to square one, with the team picked to build on the site saying it is no longer interested. David Christa, CEO of project leader Christa ...

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Structures at Midtown may stay

Demolition at Midtown Plaza will be done in four phases and could be altered if any of the existing structures are of interest to potential tenants, project leaders said this week. "Part of the complexity of this is there’s a ...

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Design stresses energy efficiency, green features

Visitors to ESL Federal Credit Union’s new downtown headquarters might be surprised by what is not there. The new-building smell, that strong but hard-to-identify scent that lingers for a few months after a building first opens its doors, is absent. ...

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New headquarters seen as a key for downtown

  Local economic development officials believe the ESL Federal Credit Union project is a driving force that will get the ball rolling on downtown growth. "It is a visible sign of the renaissance about to take place in downtown Rochester," ...

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Firms collaborate to construct ESL headquarters

  Complex planning and an aggressive schedule did not cause snarls during the construction of ESL Federal Credit Union’s new downtown headquarters, thanks in part to swift responsiveness from the company and the city of Rochester. Good collaboration among some ...

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