First Federal Plaza is a high-rise building located in Rochester, New York. It is the fifth tallest building in Rochester, standing at 309 feet (94 meters) with 21 floors. It was designed by architects Corgan, Balestiere and Leaper in 1976The building is known for its circular top, which used to be a 7000sqft revolving restaurant called Changing Scene. That closed in 1990 and the rotating mechanism was dismantled. The space was rented out by local Rochester attorney Christina Agola until she was disbarred over allegations of deceitful conduct.The building is located at 28 East Main StreetThe building is also home to the studios for the Stephens Media Group radio stations in Rochester. (WFKL, WZNE, and WRMM-FM). In addition to the studios, WZNE and WRMM-FM both maintain an auxiliary (backup) transmitter facility on the top of the building.The building is used as part of 21 Stories for Scouts, an annual fundraiser for the Boy Scouts of America.