by Jeff Kiger | Post-Bulletin, Rochester, Minn.
Rochester's skyline is going to reach new heights.
Mayo Clinic is working with a Singapore development firm to add a seven-story hotel plus four clinical treatment floors on top of its Gonda Building in downtown Rochester.
Once completed, the project will make the now 21-floor Gonda Building into Rochester's tallest skyscraper with the hotel on top.
The proposed addition will add about 185 feet to the building to bring it to 490 feet tall with 32 stories. Broadway Plaza, at 342 feet, is the tallest for now.
Read more at Hotel Online News.
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