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Land Bank seeks foreclosure properties

The Rochester Land Bank Corporation intends to use a portion of the funding received from the New York State Office of the Attorney General’s Community Revitalization Initiative to purchase properties at the city’s April 11 tax foreclosure auction. Rochester Land ...

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NY going after STAR double dippers

ALBANY — New York is going after “double dippers” who file for the state’s STAR property rebate program while living in rent-regulated apartments. People who lease rent-regulated apartments cannot have another home as their primary residence, and people can only ...

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Court rules for landowner in trail dispute

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sided with a Wyoming property owner in a dispute over a bicycle trail that follows the route of an abandoned railroad, a decision that could force the government to pay hundreds of ...

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Ground broken for science, nursing building

Roberts Wesleyan College officials Monday celebrated the official start of construction for a science and nursing building on the North Chili campus. The 40,000-square-foot, two-floor academic building will include first-rate educational facilities for science and nursing instruction and training. The ...

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Upcoming talk to focus on rebuilding neighborhoods

Here is what a completed green affordable structure that houses five energy-efficient apartments looks like. Courtesy PUSH

Intense poverty, hundreds of overgrown lots and declining housing conditions characterized an older, 20-block neighborhood on the west side of Buffalo. These were some of the many challenges Aaron Bartley and fellow community organizers faced when they came knocking on ...

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Nothnagle gives awards at celebration

Nothnagle Realtors hosted its annual “Celebration of Excellence” Friday at the Rochester Riverside Convention Center to recognize agent achievements and 2013 production. More than 300 awards were given out. Holly Creek, associate broker with Nothnagle Realtors, was named Top Producer ...

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Tough talk on Medley Centre continues

The promise of condos, hotels, restaurants and stores has been hanging over the beleaguered Medley Centre in Irondequoit for years. Now, state Assemblyman Joe Morelle, D-Irondequoit, said he is tired of empty promises and excuses from developer Scott Congel about ...

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Apartments may replace Perinton office buildings

The Perinton Hills Office Park had a good run in the 1970s and ‘80s, back when suburban office parks were the rage. Three of the buildings, tucked in a back corner of the development, have not been rented for “nobody ...

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Gates considers help for homeowners

Some of the area’s largest businesses have received tax breaks for new projects and for rehabilitation of existing projects. They include Xerox Corp., Marketplace Mall, the University of Rochester and LiDestri Foods, among others. They total in the millions of ...

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Report: New projects will build on market trends

The Rochester area saw some encouraging trends in the commercial real estate market in 2013, many of which forecasters believe will continue in 2014 and beyond. The commercial real estate firm CBRE Rochester has released its 2014 market report that ...

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Free foreclosure seminar planned

Hunt Real Estate ERA, REO Division, will offer its first buyer and agent seminar for learning the secrets of finding great deals on foreclosed bank-owned properties in the greater Monroe County area. The program will feature what websites have accurate ...

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