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City seeks funding for canal project

As City Council prepares to award a contract to fill in the Erie Canal Aqueduct between Main and Brown streets, project leaders are looking for $18 million in additional funding to start the transformation of a Broad Street corridor into a canal district anchored by the Erie Canal and the Genesee River.

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OSHA cites Kirstein Building developer

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is proposing to levy a total of $36,750 in fines on Globe Developers Inc. for allegedly failing to protect workers against lead-paint contamination during renovations of the Kirstein Building in downtown Rochester.

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Trailways shutting down Midtown operation

Trailways, the last tenant left at the Midtown Plaza site, will begin operations Wednesday on Cumberland Avenue, officials announced Tuesday afternoon.

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Midtown Tower project stirs interest in living downtown

Nearly one-third of respondents to this week's RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll say the $71 million Midtown Tower plan and similar projects may entice them to consider living downtown. See dozens of comments from readers.

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State Street revival

The Urban League's next development phase will rehab Rochester's oldest block of buildings, erected in the early 1800s.

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Building through careful expansion

William Goodrich says it was the family focus and what it meant to former CEO Wayne LeChase that made Goodrich want to spend 25 years of his career at LeChase Construction Services LLC. Wayne LeChase, now chairman, and his father, ...

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Tower team

Morgan Management LLC, having largely flown under the radar here for most of its 33 years, has taken the spotlight with a series of economic development projects in the Rochester area. The latest and most visible is its partnership with ...

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Focus on creativity, lifestyle revitalizes University Avenue

A thriving East End, threaded together by a community of individuals and property owners through ArtWalk, is transforming real estate on University Avenue from a manufacturing emphasis to one based on lifestyle. In recent years, University Avenue’s focus on creativity ...

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In The Works

Owner: Webster Central School District Location: Webster Project information: Major capital project including building additions and renovations, asbestos abatement and HVAC, electrical and plumbing work. The most recent phase includes new fire alarm systems and new or replacement windows at ...

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COMIDA OKs breaks for Nothnagle, Cortese

Three projects were approved for tax breaks by the County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency, including Nothnagle Realtors' move to downtown Rochester and a proposed expansion for Cortese Dodge Inc. in Brighton.

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REIT expands its holdings

A private Rochester real estate investment trust has made more than $12.5 million in acquisitions over the last two months and racked up $40 million in investments over three years.

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