An iconic part of rochester's past.

Now the center of its future.

From WinnDevelopment comes the city's
most innovative mixed-use project in decades.

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Vibrant. Historic. New.

It’s a place that everyone recognizes, an icon of the city. Since Sibley, Lindsay & Curr began selling dry goods in 1868, to its Grand Opening of the current building in 1906 following a devastating fire, The Sibley Building at 228 East Main Street has been a fixture of downtown Rochester for decades.

Business | Class-A office space in a class all its own.

The Sibley Building features more than 200,000 square-feet of Class-A, LEED-certifiable space in the heart of Rochester’s central business district.

Grow your business within the area's largest contiguous floor plans, conveniently attached to more than 1,800 garage parking spaces. Set your company apart by placing your business where professionals want to be. Conveniences for you, your clients, and your employees are just steps away. Office space is available for lease on the 2nd, 3rd and 6th floors of The Sibley Building. Businesses also have a rare opportunity to collaborate within the University of Rochester’s 68,000 square-foot, high-tech incubator with 120,000 square-feet of contiguous space.

Retail | A taste of something unique.

From bistros and cafés, to art galleries and unique boutiques, The Sibley Building will be home to an array of retail and restaurant destinations.

With plenty of convenient parking for shopping and dining, The Sibley Building has high-traffic retail and restaurant space available for lease. The community around The Sibley Building includes over 50,000 people with an average income of over $67,000, who work within a half-mile of The Sibley Building. Become part of this dense vibrant downtown filled with workers and residents with disposable incomes. At the crossroads of Main and East, The Sibley Building is at the economic center of downtown and the anchor of the East Avenue entertainment district. Eastman Theater, Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, the Little Theater, Downstairs Cabaret, Geva Theater, and countless restaurants and pubs are all on our doorstep.

Residential | Live the sibley lifestyle.

A rare opportunity to live in a creative, innovative community. Walk to downtown Rochester’s dining, shopping, cultural, recreational, and entertainment attractions.

Two new residential communities will soon be calling The Sibley Building home.
The Lofts at Sibley will offer a unique lifestyle, pairing modern living and lifestyle amenities within this historic Rochester building. Rebuilt with artistic flair, The Lofts at Sibley offer a unique blend of architectural details and ultra-modern finishes.
The Residences at Sibley will offer remarkably designed apartments for today’s active adults age 55 and over. Interiors will feature open layouts, modern finishes, and oversized windows. With a caring on-site management team offering resident events and maintenance-free living, The Residences at Sibley will be a wonderful place to call home. Residential leases will be available in 2016.

Business roots in Rochester since 1868.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1984, this landmark is finally getting the facelift that it deserves, thanks to the talented designers and planners at WinnDevelopment. Renovations are currently underway to transform the building into a vibrant, mixed-use urban center for everyone to enjoy, including stunning apartment homes, Class A office space, restaurants, retail, and so much more. The Sibley Building is destined to become the centerpiece of a revitalized downtown, and you’re invited to be a part of it.

Coming soon.

Health & Care: Medical and dental care, child care, fitness center, and a senior center are all part of the full suite of services you'll find at The Sibley Building.
Higher Learning: Take a class or get a degree - The Sibley Building is the home of Monroe Community College's dynamic downtown Damon City Campus.