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Mayo Clinic filed a complaint with the National Arbitration Forum on Dec. 17 concerning a web domain name that included the word “Mayo”and linked to explicit content. On Jan. 17, the organization ordered that control of the domain be transferred from its creator to Mayo Clinic.
Fiddlehead Coffee Co. plans to open its third Rochester location in the downtown Kahler Grand Hotel. Work has already started to transform the space left empty by the closing of Starbucks spot on the corner of West Center Street and Second Avenue.
Marcus Theatres Rochester Cinema +IMAX is adding an option to make some movie goers a bit less anxious about sitting in a room full of strangers for two hours. Starting Friday, Marcus, 4340 Maine Ave. SE, will offer daily “vaccination required” screenings of select movies. Vaccine-only shows will be available for two movies a day. This week’s vaccine required shows in Rochester will be “Scream” and “Redeeming Love.”
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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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After months of work, First Meeting -- Chinese Fresh Hand-Pulled Noodles is scheduled to open in Suite 2 at 793 16th St. SW, between Buffalo Wild Wings and Associated Bank. That's the Mayowood Commons retail center which was purchased for $5.53 million on Dec. 23 by the unimaginatively named 793 16th Street Rochester LLC.
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Townies Grill’d Philly Subs started cooking at 244 Soldier Field Drive SW last week. The soft launch is expected to evolve into a full opening by early February. “Townies makes more of a hybrid hot sandwich. Our subs are like a cousin to cheesesteaks," owner Cody Livingood said.
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Stewartville Flats LLC bought Flats 55 at 1501 11th Ave. NW in Stewartville on Dec. 31. The Eau Claire, Wis.-based firm, led by Matt Onofrio, made a down payment of $1.88 million as part of the transaction.
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Ben and Jennifer Millemon, of Meridian, Idaho, purchased the Wabasha Marina & Boatyard at 1009 Main St. for $4.9 million Dec. 17.
New Hudson Facades, which has locations in New York City, Chicago and Mendota Heights, Minn., is building a satellite office in Rochester’s Valley High Business Center II at 3425 40th Ave NW.
In separate sales, two southwest properties sold for $5.53 million and $5.35 million.

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Smith Schafer, one of the largest accounting firms in Minnesota, is moving its team on Saturday, Jan. 8, to the second floor of a recently completed Rochester office building at 2575 Commerce Drive NW.
The Rochester Area Chamber of Commerce sent out a message to members this week that the annual celebration event, scheduled for Jan. 13, has been moved to March 31, “in response to the recent increase in COVID-19 activity in the Rochester region.”
Fazoli's Italian Restaurant on the east frontage road of U.S. 52 North closed its doors recently. On the positive side of Rochester’s restaurant ledger, Carbone’s Pizzeria, a legendary name in pizza from St. Paul, opened a new Med City location at 2723 Commerce Drive NW on Jan. 1.

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