One of the first orders of business for developer Gilbert Winn was redoing a five-story staircase used by Monroe Community College students that was “in shambles.” Renovating the 12-story Sibley Building will continue as the historic structure’s new owner attempts ...Read More »
The home at 39 Lark St. in Rochester was purchased for $14,000 at a tax foreclosure auction last July. The single-family home was in bad shape, requiring asbestos and lead paint abatement, as well as general repair work necessary for ...Read More »
Generally speaking, the glass is half full when it comes to the commercial real estate market in Rochester and suburbs for 2013. The optimism comes from the anticipated completion of several major developments in Rochester, as well as encouraging signs ...
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The Cabot Group has been selected to lease and market available space at Sydor Instruments LLC, a high-tech office and flex space at 291 Millstead Way, next to the Greater Rochester International Airport. The available 5,500 square feet of office/flex ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — A measure of Americans who signed contracts to buy homes fell last month after reaching a 2 ½-year high in November. Sales were held back by a limited supply of available homes. The National Association of Realtors said ...Read More »
ST. LOUIS — The 36th annual United Van Lines migration study is out, and the northeastern U.S. is once again seeing the most outbound movement. The St. Louis-based moving company tracks the states its customers move to and from over ...Read More »
The city of Buffalo wants to inspect the interiors of homes whose owners are challenging their assessments. It claims it cannot get a true appraisal of the homes without looking inside, but the homeowners say that violates their Fourth Amendment ...Read More »