Legacy Tower (Rochester, New York)
Legacy Tower (formerly Bausch & Lomb Place) is a skyscraper located in Rochester, New York. It is the second tallest building in Rochester, standing at 401 feet (122 meters) with 20 floors. It was constructed to be the world headquarters for the eye-care company Bausch & Lomb. After Bausch & Lomb left in 2014, the tower was sold to three local developers.
|Owner||Buckingham Properties, Robert C. Morgan & Cos., and Flaum Management Co. |
|Antenna spire||401 ft (122 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Fox & Fowle Architects, P.C.|
- Bausch & Lomb Place  emporis.com
- Tobin, Tom (2014-06-06). "Bausch + Lomb tower in downtown Rochester to be sold for $15 million". Democrat & Chronicle. Retrieved 2014-10-01.