JPV3 Real Estate, LLC, an enterprise managed by John Vail of Pittsford, purchased the 18-hole golf course and banquet center for $3,905,000 on Jan. 9, according to documents filed with the Monroe County Clerk's office.
A $3 million New York grant will allow Rochester to move forward with phases two and three of the ROC City Skate Park.
The MCSCC has announced a request for proposals (RFP) to replace Bill Gray's as holder of naming rights. In 2013, Bill Gray's had entered into what could have been a 30-year agreement, with options after every 10 years. The options won't be renewed.
Motion Junction Inclusive Playground in Canandaigua and 1007 Monroe Avenue Restoration and the Rundel Library Terrace Renovation were design projects honored with Reshaping Rochester Awards from the Community Design Center of Rochester.
St. John Fisher University has announced a gift from alumnus Kevin Dugan, a long-time supporter of the university’s nationally ranked baseball team, to fund the construction of the Dugan Family Practice Facility.
In a complaint filed Friday in state Supreme Court in Monroe County, the Monroe Community Sports Centre Corp. alleges Bill Gray's, Inc., hasn't paid monthly rent for the bar, restaurant and snack bar since June 2019 and hasn't paid monthly naming rights fees since October 2019.
A Florida-based Real Estate Investment Trust has paid $22 million for the property that is home to Dick’s House of Sport in Victor. Pine22 ACQ3 LLC, an affiliate of Alpine Income Property Trust and its parent company, CTO Realty Growth, completed the purchase from Seritage Growth Properties on Oct. 28, according to the deed filed […]
New York leads the nation in tax revenue from mobile sports wagering, according to data compiled by the state.
When medals are handed out at the FISU World University Games in Lake Placid this winter, folks in Rochester and at Alfred University will feel a sense of pride.
It includes a collection of curated attractions, retailers and experiences that offer healthy activities as well as deals and discounts, designed to enable users to choose healthy living options in a mobile-friendly way.
One of the country's longest stadium naming-rights deals is ending, with Rochester's downtown stadium set to change names in 2023.
The grant enabled the Rochester Rookies Wheelchair and Ambulatory Track & Field Sports Program to participate in the National Junior Disability Championships in Denver.