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|100 Clinton Avenue South|
Rochester NY United States
|Floor Area||74,322 m²|
| - office|
| - highrise|
| - international|
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Architect: Welton Becket Associates
Developer: Central City Holding Corporation
General Contractor: Turner Construction Company
Ground Breaking: June 28, 1965
Cost: $27 million
This is the tallest building Rochester.
Built as the tallest poured-in-place exposed aggregate concrete building. The concrete was sandblasted to expose the aggregate. The flared columns around the entrance are clad in black granite. The vertical columns in the facade are load bearing, increasing the uninterrupted floorspace.
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