Rochester, NY (May 14, 2015) — The North Winton Village Association is pleased to announce that Aldi has released a new site plan for their proposed grocery store on the corner of North Winton Rd. and Blossom Rd. in Rochester. Our zoning and economic development committees have worked with Aldi and the City for approximately a year on the project, and the new plans reflect changes made at our request.
“The association has worked hard to build a strong and safe community, and through our efforts we’ve been fortunate to see increased interest in our neighborhood from businesses and developers,” said co-chair, Mary Coffey. “As these development opportunities arise, we are committed to addressing neighborhood concerns and promoting responsible and sustainable development within our boundaries.”
The North Winton Village Association welcomes appropriate development and is continuing to work with Aldi and the City to design a safe and congruent site that addresses building placement, traffic concerns, and exemplifies the “urban village” aesthetics of the neighborhood.
A public review of the new designs will take place with representatives from Aldi, the City of Rochester, and the North Winton Village Association at a time and location to be determined.
About the North Winton Village Association
Since 1995, the North Winton Village Association has worked tirelessly to promote, organize, and conduct activities to improve preservation, beautification, culture, and education in the North Winton Village neighborhood of Rochester, NY. The association partners closely with the City of Rochester Police Department, city code enforcement, economic development, organizations, businesses, and our fellow neighbors to develop and maintain a community that combines the charm of an early 20th century village with 21st century amenities.