Year Built: 1933
Gross Building Area: 96,000
Net Leasable Office Space: 80,000
Taxes, Operating Expenses, and Escalators.
you are looking for an excellent office space rental
in downtown Rochester, New York, please consider the
Reynolds Arcade Building. Most office space rentals
in Rochester pale in comparison to the space found here.
Crossroads and Sisters Cities Garages. Nearby surface
Reynolds Arcade is a classic art deco building located
in the center of Rochester's Four Corners Business District.
This historical building's amenities include a restaurant,
legal recording services, jewelry store, barber shop
and bank. It is located within close proximity to City
Hall, Rochester Riverside Convention Center and
many restaurants and theaters. The building also has
direct in-building access to the Crossroads municipal
garage and the First Federal Building.
In 1812 Abelard Reynolds erected a frame dwelling on
this site, the tract of land then known as Rochesterville.
After the War of 1812, General Scott and staff were
entertained at the hostelry opened by Mr. Reynolds.
In 1828 Mr. Reynolds erected the Arcade, then the
finest building in Western New York State.
History of the Four Corners Area:
The Four Corners are formed by the intersection of West
Main and State Street and represent the center
for much of Rochester's legal and governmental action.
Elaborate ninetheenth century office buildings and municipal
halls vie with modern courthouses and the amazing Deco
winged summit of the Times Square Building. In the Four Corners,
you can walk along the river or catch a summer lunchtime
concert, marvel at the soaring marble atrium of the
County Office Building or catch professional sports
at the Blue Cross Arena.