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Metro expert to speak at Reshaping Rochester event

Christopher Leinberger, a metropolitan land strategist and developer, is the guest speaker for the next Reshaping Rochester lecture series. The talk is 7 to 9 p.m. Feb. 10 at the Jewish Community Center in Brighton.

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Condos on the corner

The owner of the vacant headquarters of the defunct Central Trust Co. bank on Exchange Boulevard is moving forward with plans to convert four upper floors to 29 condominiums and lease the first floor as commercial space. The city of ...

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RIT selects firm to design $26M building on campus

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Rochester Institute of Technology has selected a firm to design a $26 million facility that will house the chemical engineering and biomedical engineering departments as well as expanding research labs and facilities for the university’s partnership with Rochester General Health System, RIT announced Tuesday.

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Financing deal closes for purchase, rehab of complex

The Central New York Region of Community Preservation Corp. has closed on a $1.02 million permanent loan to refinance the purchase and rehabilitation of Barbie Court Apartments, a 24-unit apartment complex in Greece.

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Call center firm to build $4.8M facility in Penn Yan

A Minnesota-based provider of call center services will build a $4.8 million facility in Penn Yan, Yates County, creating 450 full-time jobs over three years, officials announced Friday.

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RBTL focuses on three sites

The Rochester Broadway Theatre League is focusing on sites in Irondequoit, Brighton and downtown Rochester in a search for the new location of a performing arts center.

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ESD releases $1.2 million for Midtown Tower

The Empire State Development Corp. has released $3.85 million in second-round Upstate Regional Blueprint Funding, including $1.2 million for the renovation and reconstruction of Midtown Tower, officials announced Friday.

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Engineering Firms

Engineering Firms with facilities in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties; ranked by number of licensed engineers

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Foreclosure sought for RCSB site

A lender has begun foreclosure proceedings against the former Rochester Community Savings Bank headquarters building. Column Financial Inc. filed papers last month, seeking to foreclose on the landmark downtown building. Faced with polished granite and travertine and elaborately decorated on ...

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Court to rule on Lighthouse Pointe DEC appeal in March

A ruling from the state Court of Appeals on whether the Lighthouse Pointe development in Irondequoit should be part of the Department of Environmental Conservation’s brownfield cleanup program is not expected until March, officials said Wednesday.

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LaBella picks an architect as its new president

For the first time in its 31-year history, LaBella Associates P.C. is promoting an architect to the role of president. Robert Healy, senior vice president and director of architecture, will assume the role of president on Jan. 1, taking over ...

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A developer’s dream

Charles Morgan, with help from a legal team led by Rochester attorney Alan Knauf, is carrying the torch for a waterfront development proposal of more than $200 million that was planned seven years ago by his father, Daniel Morgan, who ...

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SenDEC to expand, add 33 jobs

SenDEC Corp. will spend $412,000 for renovations and equipment for an additional 20,000 square feet of leased space at its Perinton Parkway location and plans to add 33 jobs to its work force of 143, officials announced Tuesday.

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