October 2016

Found 3 blog entries for October 2016.

Rochester Events in Early November With October nearly in the books and November right around the corner, we thought now might be a good time to highlight a few upcoming events in Rochester now that the holiday season is near and people’s schedules get more and more busy. So before you get in “holiday mode,” remember to check out these great events and community happenings going on in town over the next couple weeks: 

Flea/Vintage Market | November 6th 

Taking place at the Mayo Civic Center at 30 Civic Center Drive SE, the annual vintage/flea market will be happening on November 6th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. If you’re somebody who loves rumbaing through old collectibles, antiques, vintage toys, clothes, small furniture and other great treasures, this might just be the best way to

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Discovery Square Downtown RochesterTwo major mixed-use projects are under review for downtown Rochester—the first being a 156-unit apartment building to be developed on First Avenue in the heart of the city; and the second being an even larger project that would include a 200-room hotel and a 120-unit apartment building that would be located at near the intersection of West Center and First Avenue NW. If approved, the hotel-apartment project would also include 14,000 square feet of retail space and an additional parking facility to accommodate residents, hotel guests, and shoppers. 

Each of the preliminary plans would no doubt complement the May Clinic’s spectacular new Destination Medical Center development, which is a 20-year, $6 billion project that aims to redefine Rochester as

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Uber Rochester MNWhile it feels like the national transportation network company Uber has made it to just about every city or town in the U.S., it’s a service that has still been lacking here in Rochester. But according to a report from earlier today, that could finally be changing, as the City Council has unanimously voted to begin drafting an ordinance that would at least allow the city to give the popular ride sharing service a chance. 

Nationwide, hundreds of millions of people already have access to Uber and other similar ride sharing services, and until now, it’s a transportation option that people living in Rochester simply haven’t been able to utilize. 

For local Rochester home owners who still aren’t familiar with Uber, the company essentially allows people

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