Mary Rose Stevenson McBride -- For what it's worth, the Top Capital rep did tell me (and I suspect Highland Neighborhood representatives) that the firm plans to design the building so it fits with campus architecture. But, as you mention, they haven't presented any plan for it.
Thanks for the heads up! I've corrected the article.
Thanks for your comment and for bringing the matter of the websites to light. That's a fair point and this morning I added the links into the story.
There were actually three planning firms that worked on the plan: SRF and Associates, Ingalls Planning & Design, and Steinmetz Planning Group.
Rochester Musician --
A cycle track is different from a bike path, but the distinction is subtle. Bear with me while I try to explain. Bike paths are completely detached from streets, but cycle tracks actually tie in to intersections. They're a bit like parallel, bike-only streets.
If you go to the second section of this article, it explains a little bit about what a cycle track is: http://www.rochestercitynewspaper.com/roch…
If you have any further questions, please post them and I'll do my best to answer them!
At your request: http://letsmakeleadhistory.org/LinkClick.a…
Thanks for bringing the error to our attention. We've corrected the article.
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