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CJS Architects is honored to be a part of significant projects throughout the community. The press our work receives is not only a testament to our impact on the area but also the relevance of our projects.

May 6, 2020

Visum plans pair of projects for Cherry Street

ITHACA, N.Y. — These are uncertain times, but clearly some developers are thinking optimistically about the future of Ithaca's waterfront. In the latest vote of confidence, a pair of buildings from Visum Development would retail and nearly 200 apartments on the 100 block of Cherry Street.

March 25, 2020

Empire State Development Announces Launch of Initiative to Revitalize Iconic Broadway Market

Public is invited to respond to online survey now and participate in future community meetings once the COVID-19 crisis is resolved. Public input will provide roadmap to create a vibrant and sustainable market. 

March 18, 2020

WEDI taps CJS Architects for West Side Bazaar

Westminster Economic Development Initiative, Inc. (WEDI) has announced that it has selected CJS Architects as its preferred architecture firm for the new home of the West Side Bazaar at 1432 Niagara Street.

February 19, 2020

FLX Wienery to open restaurant inside expanded Roc Brewing in downtown Rochester

One of the Finger Lakes' buzzed about restaurateurs will soon migrate to Rochester and team up with an unexpected partner.

Seneca Lake's F.L.X. Wienery will bring its elevated hot dogs and burger approach to the renovated and expanded home of Roc Brewing in downtown Rochester in the coming months. Roc Brewing will take over the entire space at 56 S. Union St., its home since opening in 2011. 

February 13, 2020

Delaware Avenue Site Recommended for Convention Center

A study commissioned by Erie County is recommending a new convention center be located along Delaware Avenue, north of Statler City.  The site scored higher than one in the Cobblestone District and one that looked at expanding the existing center by connecting it to Statler City.  The Delaware site bound by Franklin, Mohawk, Delaware and Huron Streets.