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City transfers title to Tower at Midtown

The Midtown Tower name is no more, but The Tower at Midtown is on its way. The city has transferred title to the former Midtown Tower to Midtown Tower LLC, a partnership of Buckingham Properties and Morgan Management, said Mayor ...

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Council approves Vick Park A renovation

Mark Siwiec, a Rochester real estate agent, was approved by Rochester City Council on Dec. 17 for a $115,000 grant and $285,000 low-interest loan to renovate 45 Vick Park A. The money will be used to transform the building from ...

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Realtors present awards

Anthony J. Costello, chairman and chief executive officer of The Costello Group, was honored earlier this month when the Rochester Area Chapter of the New York State Commercial Association of Realtors hosted its 13th annual President’s Dinner and Awards Banquet ...

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Democrats propose LLC reforms

Democrats in the Monroe County Legislature have proposed a series of reforms designed to increase oversight to local development corporations. The measures were to be brought up during a full Legislature meeting scheduled Tuesday. The reforms include: legislative consent before ...

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City business, housing official accepts state job

Bret Garwood, the city’s director of business and housing development, has accepted a position as senior vice president, multi-family housing, at the state Department of Homes and Community Renewal. Garwood, who announced his resignation last week, will continue working with ...

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Planners seek input for Center City master plan

The second of four neighborhood outreach programs designed to seek public input on a revised Center City master plan is scheduled for 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Adams Street Community Center, 85 Adams St. City planners will share ...

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STAR exemption renewals lag

Recent reports by the state Department of Tax and Finance have signaled extremely low re-registration numbers for the Basic STAR property-tax exemption program, according to state Assemblyman Bill Reilich, R-Greece. All homeowners, even those receiving the property-tax exemption, must re-register ...

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Grand opening planned for Henrietta apartments

Bishop Sheen Ecumenical Housing Foundation, Inc. will host a grand opening and ribbon cutting Nov. 13 for Calkins Corners Senior Apartments, 725 Calkins Road. Calkins Corners is an apartment facility in Henrietta for independent seniors 62 years of age or ...

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County to hang on to downtown buildings

Some interest was expressed in three Monroe County-owned buildings, including two that at one point were going to be part of the ill-fated Renaissance Square project. Potential developers had until Oct. 31 to submit bids for more than 500,000 square ...

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US home prices rise at slower pace in September

WASHINGTON — A measure of U.S. home prices rose only slightly in September from August, a sign that prices are leveling off after big gains earlier this year. Real estate provider CoreLogic said Tuesday that home prices increased 0.2 percent ...

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Businesses coming to College Town

A mix of local and national companies is slated to be part of the University of Rochester’s College Town project when it opens in fall 2014, according to an announcement by developers Fairmount Properties and Gilbane Development Co. The Creator’s ...

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