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LeChase adds Syracuse firm

Rochester’s largest commercial builder is expanding with the acquisition of a Syracuse firm. LeChase Construction Services LLC said this week that it has acquired Northeast Construction Services Inc. The companies’ combined annual revenue is $550 million, more than $400 million ...

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COMIDA-Assisted Projects

COMIDA is a public benefit corporation formed under Article 18-A of the New York State General Municipal Law. IDAs were created to actively promote, encourage, attract and develop job and recreational opportunities and economically sound commerce and industry in cities, towns, villages and counties throughout New York; ranked by amount of COMIDA assistance for projects approved during 2009. 

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City of Rochester/REDCO-Assisted Projects

Rochester Department of Neighborhood and Business Development and Rochester Economic Development Corp.(REDCO). The list includes projects approved for and/or receiving financial assistance during 2009; ranked by amount of financial assistance during 2009.

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Paterson unveils $2M to rehab vacant buildings

Some $2 million is available to upstate communities to rehabilitate vacant residential buildings through a new program announced Friday by Gov. David Paterson.

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Homebuilders

Homebuilders on the list constructed units in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties; ranked by total number of units built in 2009.

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Wegmans inks deal for final East Ave. site

Wegmans Food Markets Inc. confirmed Tuesday the recent agreement to purchase the last property in the way of its plans for a new East Avenue store.

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Developer meets deadline for Medley Centre payment

Hours before his deadline, Medley Centre developer Scott Congel made a $322,000 PILOT payment to the County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency, COMIDA officials confirmed Monday.

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Volunteers of America facility gets $3M renovation

The Volunteers of America of Western New York Inc. is undergoing a $3 million renovation to its State Street facility to create 15 units and upgrade 30 existing units of housing for the homeless.

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East End resurgence hints at broader downtown revival

Rochester’s East End and the resurgence it has undergone in recent years hint at downtown’s potential for revival. The East End is the city’s success story, with continuing popularity for developers, businesses and city dwellers. Over the last decade, milestone ...

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ESL begins move to downtown

The move of ESL Federal Credit Union to new offices downtown has begun, with its operations department and information technology coming to Chestnut Street on Monday.

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Lecture focuses on redesigning suburbs

Ellen Dunham-Jones, an expert on urban and suburban design and author of “Retrofitting Suburbia: Urban Design Solutions for Redesigning Suburbs,” is the guest speaker for the March 23 Reshaping Rochester lecture series.

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Two ITT sensors launched into space

Two of ITT Corp.’s weather sensors were launched into space from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, the company announced Friday.

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Leader finds a home at Rochester firm

A few years ago, when the statewide organization for town clerks was in Rochester for its annual meeting, Gary Domenico and his colleagues came up with a novel way of entertaining the visitors. Domenico, president and CEO of General Code LLC, ...

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Midtown demolition to begin in June, finish by fall 2011

Demolition work at the 8.6-acre Midtown Plaza site will begin in June, with the area around the Midtown Tower and on the northwest corner of the block scheduled to be completed by Feb. 1, 2011, project leaders said Wednesday. Three ...

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Midtown demolition to begin in June

Demolition work at the 8.6-acre Midtown Plaza site will begin in June, with the area around the Midtown Tower and on the northwest corner of the block scheduled to be completed by Feb. 1, 2011, project leaders said Wednesday.

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