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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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Coldwell Banker ads to air

Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC will unveil its new “Home Sweet Home” national television commercial Sunday during the airing of the 56th annual Grammy Awards show. The one-minute spot features the Mötley Crüe anthem “Home Sweet Home.” This is the ...

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Contractors optimistic about 2014 housing market

The housing industry is back to the level it was at before the recession began in 2008, according to builders, real estate agents and lenders who Friday released 2013 year-end and fourth-quarter statistics. “Our president says things are pretty much ...

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Developer hopes to breathe life into historic structure

Syracuse developer Douglas Sutherland has been driving by the historic landmark building on South Washington Street for three years. Sutherland noticed the vacant building looked a little worse for wear each time he visited. That was a shame for a ...

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Housing grants awarded to Monroe County

The Federal Home Loan Bank of New York is awarding $1.5 million to fund seven Monroe County projects: • $1.5 million to Isla Housing and Development Corporation to help rehabilitate 114 units of affordable housing at the Harris Park Apartments ...

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Progress made on CityGate plan

With an end to a political stalemate that jeopardized the construction of a Costco store as part of the massive CityGate development project, developer Anthony Costello predicts work to clear the site will begin soon in order to meet the ...

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Webster developer seeks tax breaks

The developer of a major senior-housing project in the town of Webster is seeking incentives from Monroe County, but the town is holding firm on its portion of the tax pie. Work on the $24.3 million Royal Highlands luxury senior ...

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Program for first-time homebuyers

Rochester real estate agent Mark Siwiec will host a first-time homebuyers seminar and cocktail party. The seminar will feature Karen Haberer, a mortgage expert from Premium Home Mortgage, and Mark Gunther, a real estate attorney, who will focus on varying ...

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Developers want Exxon Mobil to clean site

Rochester real estate developers are trying to get Exxon Mobil Corp. to clean up a city site where its predecessor once operated an oil refinery. Their previously denied request for summary judgment has been partially granted by the Appellate Division, ...

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