A recent lawsuit, Chicago Housing Authority v. Destefano & Partners, resulted in a ruling that says project owners and developers may not allocate liability for Americans with Disabilities Act claims to architects, contractors or other project participants. Though the ...Read More »
Success is catchy, Buckingham Properties CEO and Managing Partner Laurence Glazer remarked in May at the official start of construction on The Tower at Midtown. Many city leaders believe the infectious optimism Glazer and his wife Jane Glazer demonstrated in ...Read More »
SWBR Architects, a Rochester-based firm, announced completion of the first phase of Judson Meadows, a five-phase 48 acre full senior community campus for Baptist Health in Albany. The firm served as lead architect on the $10.5 million assignment. SWBR provided ...Read More »
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s recent bus tour highlighting the Midtown development project, Eastman Business Park and University of Rochester may have paid off, to the tune of $96.2 million. The Finger Lakes Regional Economic Development Council was awarded the most funding ...Read More »
Rochester has entered into a new partnership with North East Area Development Inc. on building deconstruction in the Beechwood Neighborhood. NEAD obtained a $42,000 grant last week from the state Department of Conservation to engage teenage city students in a ...
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Buckingham Properties has cleared the former site of Olympic Bowl at 1350 Scottsville Road to make way for new economic development. The 6.65 acre site has utilities for new construction of a modern industrial, manufacturing or distribution facility ...Read More »
SALAMANCA — The Seneca Nation of Indians is convening a daylong meeting with economic development leaders from New York and Pennsylvania. Thursday's meeting will focus on collaboration between the western New York tribe and officials ...Read More »