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Gallina Development has unveiled plans for a redevelopment of the former Xerox Tower building Xerox Square that would focus on bringing hundreds of college students from multiple institutions into that campus downtown.

Company President Andy Gallina said that Innovation Square, as it will be known, would house 450 or more upper level and graduate students from various colleges, providing an alternative to traditional on-campus housing

Rochester Downtown Development Corp.

An iconic part of the Rochester skyline has been sold. Officials with Gallina Development confirm that their company has acquired the former Xerox Tower on South Clinton Avenue. Xerox moved out in 2018, and Buckingham Properties has owned it in recent years.