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DESTINATION MEDICAL CENTER

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The Hue apartments at 33 Fourth St. SW were purchased by Mora, Minn.-based Gorham Housing Partners III, LLP on Dec, 29. Gorham paid a $3.6 million down payment. The 50-unit complex stands on the former site of Gallery 24/The Creative Salon next to 318 Commons.
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The shell of the 121,000-square-foot science and technology complex, linked to the original One Discovery Square center, is wrapping construction at 300 Second Ave. SW. The next stage of construction will build out the public meeting areas and lobby, and start work on tenant spaces aiming toward completion this summer.
Responding to a national news report that included the Rochester flight in a list of flights being grounded by Delta, Rochester International Airport Director John Reed confirmed that Delta is making a change.
Focus groups and data helped create a new report for Rochester Downtown Alliance to provide a glimpse at the changing residential landscape.

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DMC EDA joins efforts to encourage businesses to fill empty spaces in downtown core
Jerk King claims actions by city and DMC Corp. damaged its ability to operate in downtown Rochester.
Months-long assessment will gauge whether work being completed at Peace Plaza and along First Avenue Southwest meets expectations established during planning process.
Work of Rochester sculptor Charles Gagnon returns with new pedestal and purpose as work on Heart of the City redesign continues.
The grant dollars--part of DEED's newly created Main Street Economic Revitalization Program--will be used to help central business districts rebuild and reposition themselves in the face of a substantially changing downtown economy.

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Destination Medical Center Economic Development Agency will administer local grant funds for program to help downtown businesses open and adjust operations in response to changing economy.
Options eyed to fund ongoing maintenance and operating expenses for updated public spaces.
Skaters of all ages filled the outdoor roller rink Saturday for the event, presented by Rochester Downtown Alliance and Destination Medical Center.

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