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RBJ Power Breakfast Series: Rochester's Downtown Development

Rochester's Downtown Development
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
7:30 - 9:30 a.m.
Joseph A. Floreano Rochester Riverside Convention Center

A closer look at the developments that are
transforming downtown Rochester

Hundreds of millions of dollars are being pumped into downtown properties. Our panel of developers will highlight new commercial and residential projects and discuss the amenities that are being offered to attract companies and individuals to the heart of Rochester. The panelists also will describe the challenges they have faced and share their views on what's ahead for downtown redevelopment.
 
If you are interested in the revitalization of downtown, you won't want to miss this event!

Click here to register!
$45 per person / $360 per table of 8

— Panel —

Andrew Gallina
President, Gallina Development Corporation

Ken Glazer
Managing Partner, Buckingham Properties

Robert Morgan
CEO, Morgan Management LLC

City Commissioner Baye Muhammad
Neighborhood and Business Development

Richard Rosen
Manager, Mark IV Enterprises

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