The Rochester Main Street Armory has been sold to a new owner, according to a filing at the Monroe County Clerk’s Office.
It was recently sold just weeks after three women died at the beginning of March, during a deadly stampede at a rap concert featuring stars GloRilla and Finesse2tymes.
The event venue was shut down on March 8th by the City of Rochester. Owner Scott Donaldson lost his entertainment license pending investigations into events leading up to the fatal night.
The venue was sold on March 23, 2023 to “900 E Main Street Rochester LLC.”
It is unclear who owns that LLC but according to the Democrat and Chronicle, the company was formed the day before the Monroe County Clerk’s office recorded the sale.
The victims were identified by Rochester Police as 33-year-old Rhondesia Belton from Buffalo NY, Brandy Miller from Rochester NY, age 35 and Aisha Stephens, age 35 of Syracuse NY.
Seven others were also injured in the concert stampede.
The 5,000-capacity event space was sold for $550,000.