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Developers plan 41 high-end units on East Ave. site

A townhouse community for empty-nesters is slated for a 7.5-acre vacant parcel on East Avenue in the town of Pittsford. The site, near Oak Hill Country Club, at one time had been targeted for a high-rise senior living facility. A group ...

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Judge signs order on sale of piece of Webster project

By WILL ASTOR In a move that might or might not signal the beginning of the end for Webster developer Lawrence Frumusa’s attempts to hold onto his debt-laden real estate holdings, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge John Ninfo II signed an order ...

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Most favor Midtown site for RBTL’s new theater

The majority of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll favor Midtown Plaza as the site for Rochester Broadway Theatre League’s new performing arts center.

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Snap Poll: Most favor Midtown site for RBTL’s new theater

The majority of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll favor Midtown Plaza as the site for the Rochester Broadway Theatre League’s new performing arts center. The RBTL soon will complete its evaluation of site proposals for a ...

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City to hold meetings on development plan

The city of Rochester has scheduled four meetings, the first on Dec. 1, to solicit public input for its 2010-2015 Consolidated Community Development Plan.

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LiDestri Foods buys former Kodak building

LiDestri Foods Inc. has completed the purchase of Eastman Business Park Building 642, Eastman Kodak Co. officials announced Wednesday.

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Cloverwood breaks ground on $6M expansion

Glenmere at Cloverwood broke ground Wednesday on a $6 million expansion project that will give the non-profit assisted living community 37 new apartments.

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COMIDA OKs tax breaks for firms

Rochester companies Drapery Industries Inc. and DDS Cos. were approved Tuesday for sales tax breaks by the County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency.

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Majority favors city’s plan to rewater canal aqueduct

Nearly three-quarters of respondents to this week's RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll support the city's plan to redevelop the Erie Canal Aqueduct. See dozens of comments from readers.

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A new way forward

The University of Rochester Medical Center has radically revised its hospital expansion plans, electing to add three stories atop the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center while it reassesses a plan for a six-story tower at Strong Memorial Hospital as part ...

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Majority favors city’s plan to rewater canal aqueduct

Nearly three-quarters of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll support the city’s plan to redevelop the Erie Canal Aqueduct. A century ago, the aqueduct carried water across the Genesee River downtown. Mayor Robert Duffy’s administration proposes that ...

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Veteran-Owned Businesses

Veteran-Owned Businesses, in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties; ranked by number of local full-time employees

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City seeks proposals for W. Main lot

The city of Rochester has issued a request for proposals for the sale and development of a city-owned parking lot at 116 W. Main St.

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