Accepting office tenants for Q3 2020, the first phase of the project will occupy the buildings which border the intersection of Broad Street and The Genesee River. An icon of the Rochester skyline topped with a statue of Mercury, these buildings will offer unique office space, apartments and micro-units with historic architectural character and unparalleled views of the Genesee River and Downtown Rochester. Amenities and highlights will include
+ Rooftop Terrace
+ Fitness Center & Yoga Studio
+ Restaurant & Bar
+ On-Site Parking
+ Bike Racks & Storage
+ Concierge Service
+ Aqueduct Park
+ Riverfront Promenade
+ Opportunity Zone Benefits For Qualifying Businesses
+ Entertainment Events In Aqueduct Park
+ Opportunities For Companies To Create A Unique Culture
Since the 1830s when the Genesee Aqueduct first brought the Erie Canal over the Genesee River, to the 1920s when the Rochester Subway System utilized the vacated canal bed, to today’s Broad Street Bridge, and tomorrow’s centerpiece for the $500 Million “ROC The Riverway” project - The Aqueduct has always been a hub of commerce in the heart of Downtown Rochester.
Today, seven of the historic buildings neighboring The Aqueduct are transforming into Rochester’s newest mixed-use community. With 168,000 square feet on 1.43 acres, The Aqueduct District will be a magnet for entrepreneurs and artisans offering unique office spaces for startups, tech companies and other members of the creative class. With business services, amenities, a riverfront park, and a variety of housing options, The Aqueduct District is once again Rochester’s cultural center for inventive ideas, inspired businesses and the imaginative people building our future.