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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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Commercial Builders

Commercial Builders with offices in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties; ranked by total dollar volume of non-residential projects

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Christa, Morgan to lead Midtown Tower effort

Officials from the city of Rochester, from Christa Development Corp. and from Morgan Management LLC are ironing out details for the redevelopment of the Midtown Tower following the announcement Christa will oversee the project.

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ESL starts work on first branch in Wayne County

Building renovations are to begin Monday on an ESL Federal Credit Union branch in Newark, the credit union’s first in Wayne County, officials with the Rochester-based firm announced Thursday.

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High Falls building gets new owner

A mixed-use building in the High Falls District of downtown Rochester has a new owner, officials announced Tuesday.

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Judson’s steady hand led Pike through tough times

Thomas Judson Jr. never wanted to work anywhere but the family business. Sure enough, apart from a stint in the Army National Guard, it remains the only place he has been employed.  Judson’s business was launched in 1873 by his ...

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Hospitals to start projects

The University of Rochester Medical Center and Unity Health System plan to jump-start stalled major construction projects to expand Strong Memorial Hospital and Unity Hospital.

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RBTL begins site selection process

A site selection committee looking into a new theater performing arts center for the Rochester Broadway Theatre League has focused its search on five site proposals, which it will review in the coming weeks.

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City keeps its focus on renovation

The Rochester Broadway Theatre League will meet soon with developers and town supervisors to review proposals for a new theater, but the city of Rochester will look once more into renovating the Auditorium Theatre before it determines whether to submit ...

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Project expands parking at Public Market

A $1.1 million expansion project to provide parking for some 300 vehicles near Rochester’s Public Market has been completed, officials announced Thursday.

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Survey shows contractors cutting benefits

When it comes to employees, the New York State construction industry is cutting costs by reducing benefits, a new survey by Bonadio & Co. LLP shows.

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COMIDA approves breaks for Rotenberg facility

EFP Rotenberg LLP, the second-largest accounting firm in the Rochester area, is moving to new space in Henrietta, uniting 113 employs involved in the merger this year of Eldridge, Fox & Porretti LLP and Rotenberg & Co. LLP.

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UR eyes Mt. Hope project

Job cuts and endowment losses this year will not stop the University of Rochester from seeking out developers this fall for a mixed-use College Town in the Mt. Hope corridor, President Joel Seligman said this week.  The university is looking ...

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