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RocLinks 4/30/16

April 30th, 2016
Posted in Events, Rochester News, Train/Railroad Stuff, Transit + Infrastructure, Urban Development | 11 Comments »

High Speed Rail for Rochester [PHOTO: Laura Wilder]
By Matthew Denker

From local development to just plain news of the weird, here are your RocLinks for this past week…

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RocLinks 4/23/16

April 23rd, 2016
Posted in Events, Rochester News, Urban Development | 4 Comments »

Xerox Plaza [PHOTO: Author]
By Matthew Denker

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35 Years Ago Today, Rochester Plays Longest Pro Baseball Game Ever

April 18th, 2016
Posted in Rochester History | 3 Comments »

Dave Koza ending baseball's longest game with a bases-loaded single in the 33rd inning of a game that began on April 18 and ended on June 23, 1981. [IMAGE: Pawtucket Red Sox]
By Mike Governale

Here’s a neat bit of Rochester sports history, even if we are forever on the losing end. 35 years ago this evening, the Pawtucket Red Sox and the Rochester Red Wings would begin the longest professional baseball game ever played to date; 33 innings spanning three calendar days…

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RocLinks 4/16/16

April 16th, 2016
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Rochester Inner Loop North [PHOTO: Author]
By Matthew Denker

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Be Generous with Your Garden

April 11th, 2016
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Gloria Gardening [PHOTO: Gloria Grattan]
By Matthew Denker

Imagine there was a way to do just a little extra work, but to make a huge difference doing it. Gloria Grattan, a local eight year old, has imagined just that and is hoping that you and the rest of Rochester can join in and lend a hand by growing just a little extra in your garden this summer (or gardening for the first time, if you don’t already!).

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RocLinks 4/9/16

April 9th, 2016
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Tower280 [PHOTO: The Rochesteriat]
By Matthew Denker

From local development to just plain news of the weird, here are your RocLinks for this past week…

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Old Family Photos

April 3rd, 2016
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Fast ferry on it's way to Rochester from New York Harbor, 2004. [IMAGE: RochesterSubway.com]
By Mike Governale

There’s no real reason for this post. I was going through old family photos this weekend and stumbled upon these ones from a boat tour around Manhattan island my wife and I took in 2004. By complete coincidence we sailed directly in front of the infamous Spirit of Ontario I external link (a.k.a. Fast Ferry) on her maiden voyage to Rochester…

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RocLinks 4/2/16

April 2nd, 2016
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Collegetown Under Construction [PHOTO: Author]
By Matthew Denker

With April Fools Day being only yesterday, RocLinks will be a little light this week. Even so, step right this way…

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BREAKING NEWS….. Plans Unveiled for College Town Extension

April 1st, 2016
Posted in Architecture, Rochester News, Urban Development | 11 Comments »

College Town Extension Rendering [IMG: E-Architect/BIG]
By Matthew Denker

In a truly stunning announcement this morning, the University of Rochester has announced plans for a College Town Extension. As an alum, they decided to share exclusive details of the project with me here at Rochester Subway, and I’m delighted to have the chance to walk everyone through what will be one of the biggest developments in Rochester this decade…

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Filling In: 37 Eagle Street Part 4

March 29th, 2016
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37 Eagle Street Final Rendering
By Matthew Denker

When we last spoke, it was Halloween, and we were on the eve of our first zoning board of appeals and preservation board hearings. It’s now March and we’ve been to two hearings for each board, and spoiler alert, we’ve received approval(s) from each. Yay! But now that we’re here, let’s take a look at the process and all the fun we had…

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RocLinks 3/26/16

March 26th, 2016
Posted in Architecture, Rochester Apartments, Rochester News, Urban Development | 5 Comments »

I Square Under Construction [PHOTO: Author]
By Matthew Denker

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RocLinks 3/19/16

March 19th, 2016
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Cleaning at Rochester's Lower Falls [PHOTO: The Lower Falls Foundation]
By Matthew Denker

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RocLinks 3/12/16

March 12th, 2016
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Saint Mary's Church [PHOTO: Author]
By Matthew Denker

From local development to just plain news of the weird, here are your RocLinks for this past week…

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RocLinks 3/10/16

March 10th, 2016
Posted in Architecture, Rochester Apartments, Rochester News, Rochester Subway, Urban Development | 10 Comments »

103 Court Street Sketch [PHOTO: Hanlon Architects/Morgan Development Comida Application]
By Matthew Denker

Hard to believe it’s been almost an entire year, but we’re back (expect future RocLinks on Saturdays), and it’s time to roll! From local development to just plain news of the weird, here are your RocLinks for this past week…

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Filling In: Zoning Part 5, What Next?

February 28th, 2016
Posted in Architecture, Urban Development | 4 Comments »

Charlotte Street to be
By Matthew Denker

And now for the final chapter of our little zoning adventure. This is the part where you, the gentle reader, are given the opportunity to read a final few hundred words about the kinds of zoning changes that would really make a difference in Rochester. If that sounds terrible (it might be), don’t click on.

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“Gridlock” Sam Schwartz at The Little Theatre, 2/24

February 18th, 2016
Posted in Events, Rochester News, Subways Around the Globe, Transit + Infrastructure, Urban Development | 1 Comment »

The West Side Highway in Manhattan, opened in 1936, was the world's first elevated highway.
By Mike Governale

When the world’s first elevated highway was completed in 1936 along Manhattan’s west side, the New York Times marveled that “the gleaming new concrete ribbon” would let drivers travel from lower Manhattan “nearly to Poughkeepsie without having to stop for a traffic light or slow up for an intersection.” Legendary city planner and master highway builder, Robert Moses promised the new highway would “eliminate” traffic jams on the city’s west side…

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Save the Letchworth Park Rail Bridge

February 16th, 2016
Posted in Architecture, Opinion, Rochester Destinations, Rochester History, Rochester Images, Rochester Subway Stories, Train/Railroad Stuff, Transit + Infrastructure | 5 Comments »

Portageville rail bridge at Letchworth State Park, NY. [IMAGE: Richard H. Jordan III]
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Letchworth Bridge in southern Letchworth State Park celebrates its 141st birthday this year (built 1875) and will be replaced external link by a new steel arch bridge about 75 feet to the south. The new bridge will take approximately 3 years to complete. During that time efforts will be made to turn the original bridge into a pedestrian walkway similar to the hugely successful Poughkeepsie NY bridge crossing the Hudson River and gorge—now a New York State Park…

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Rochester Goes Red for Heart Health

February 6th, 2016
Posted in Architecture, Rochester News | 1 Comment »

Rochester buildings were illuminated in red yesterday for National Wear Red Day, an event to raise awareness about heart disease & stroke for the American Heart Association. [Image: Kathy Oehling Photography]
By Mike Governale

You may have noticed the City of Rochester went red last night. February is American Heart Month and buildings including Xerox Tower, Kodak Tower, One East Avenue, Rundell Library, and City Hall were lit up to show support for National Wear Red Day and raise awareness about heart health…

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