- Taylor awarded contract for renovation at Three City Center
Taylor, the Builders has been awarded the contract for phased renovation of Three City Center at 180 S. Clinton Ave.
- Engineering Firms
- Pike Co. names new president
William Tehan has been named president of the Pike Co. Inc., effective immediately, the Rochester company announced Wednesday.
- Rochester Eye & Laser completes upgrades
Encouraged by redevelopment of former Inner Loop land next door, Rochester Eye & Laser Center has completed an extensive upgrade of its facility at North Union and Charlotte Streets in the East End.
- Taylor constructing Chili medical facility
Taylor, the Builders, has landed a contract to build the Fresenius Medical Care outpatient dialysis center on Scottsville Road in Chili. Construction is underway.
- Arbitrator orders union to drop complaint against Ajay Glass
- Firm blasts part of past at N.Y. park
- 'La Marketa' proposed for N. Clinton Ave.
The city of Rochester has released a request for proposals to transform a stretch of North Clinton Avenue into a Latin American village plaza.
- Bass Pro targeted for 2018
- Two of oldest companies here plan to combine
- Rochester Chamber Top 100: Firm finds customization its key to success
- Healy has design for more growth
- Long-awaited renovations underway at Public Market
- Tower280 at Midtown finalist for development award
Tower280 at Midtown has been named a finalist for a 2017 Award for Excellence in Development from the Urban Land Institute New York.
- $9.9M project underway: Building to have lofts, retail and office space
- Building a green focus
- Abundance Co-op breaks ground at new South Ave. location
Rochester’s Abundance Co-op has begun construction at its new location at 571 South Ave., officials announced Wednesday.
- MCC teams with Eastman Business Park for training center
Monroe Community College is teaming with the Eastman Business Park to create the Finger Lakes Workforce Development Center.
- A tower reborn
The renamed Tower280 at Midtown stands as a testament to the vision of a few and the hard work of many.
- OLEDWorks to test lighting in $1M project