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Junior League showcases historic homes

The Junior League of Rochester is hosting its 12th annual Home Tour from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 10 in the village of Pittsford. The tour showcases five historic homes, with finishing touches provided by local interior designers and ...

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Former WWII shipyard being sold

GREECE (AP) — A former Rochester-area shipyard that produced tankers for the U.S. military during World War II could be redeveloped as a shopping plaza. The Democrat and Chronicle  reported that a purchase offer has been accepted by the current ...

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Housing market should pick up as weather breaks


The weather is a major factor behind a sluggish first quarter of 2014 in the housing market and the final quarter of 2013, but sales are expected to pick up soon with the year finishing slightly ahead of 2013. “As ...

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Danieles can buy site next to Mario’s

The clock on a 10-day right of first refusal to purchase the Clover Lanes Inc. bowling alley property in Brighton began ticking when Mario and Flora Daniele received their first notice of a potential sale, not when it was mailed, ...

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Finley promoted to CFO at Buckingham Properties

Richard I. Finley III has been promoted to chief financial officer at Buckingham Properties LLC. Finley previously served as corporate controller. In his new role, Finley will continue to oversee budget development, preparation of financial statements and reports and monthly ...

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Growing demand for apartments pushes up rents

These are good times for U.S. landlords. For many tenants, not so much. With demand for apartments surging, rents are projected to rise for a fifth straight year. Even a pickup in apartment construction is unlikely to provide much relief ...

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Eastman’s grave part of business park’s sale

The next owner of Rochester’s Eastman Business Park will get more than the many buildings on the 1,200-acre property. They’ll also get the grave of the man who revolutionized the photography industry. The ashes of George Eastman, founder of Eastman ...

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City Living Sundays scheduled April 6

The 22nd annual “City Living Sundays” event will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, April 6, at East High School, 1801 East Main St. Houses for sale will be open from noon to 3 p.m. City Living ...

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Firm finishes first of five-phase development

SWBR Architects, a Rochester-based firm, announced completion of the first phase of Judson Meadows, a five-phase 48 acre full senior community campus for Baptist Health in Albany. The firm served as lead architect on the $10.5 million assignment. SWBR provided ...

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Deadline approaches for Midtown street naming

The public has until March 31 to submit suggestions for naming the new street and plaza created by the redevelopment of the Midtown site. The new street will begin at East Main Street opposite the Liberty Pole and run south ...

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Pittsford takes aim at property eyesores


Pittsford officials are researching possible changes in town code that could give the town more power in addressing derelict properties that have become eyesores for neighbors. The code would deal with vacant or abandoned structures that are in obvious states ...

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