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City to discuss church’s future

The battle over the fate of a former church building on West Main Street in Rochester continues, and some nearby businesses are hopeful a resolution will benefit them as well. Marvin Maye, the owner of the 142-year-old former church at ...

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Towns seek help dealing with home vacancies

An unkempt vacant home or building with uncut grass and other unsightly issues can be a source of frustration with neighbors who make a point of keeping up their properties. And it’s a source of frustration for government officials, who ...

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Pittsford reviews housing plan

The owner of 18 acres of property in an upscale neighborhood in Pittsford said he is thinking of the future of his family in proposing to build a 20-lot subdivision on his land. Many neighbors, however, remain opposed to the ...

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City seeks new owner for high-rise

Rochester officials are hopeful a little Midtown magic will rub off and lead to the sale and redevelopment of nearby 1960s-era office high-rise. The city issued a request for proposals for the vacant, 83,000-square-foot, 13-story structure, which is located at ...

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Housing plan irks Pittsford neighbors

Mitchell Road is a small street in Pittsford connecting the heavily traveled Jefferson Road (Route 96) and Route 31. A one-lane bridge takes drivers over the Erie Canal. The homes on the street are stately, and some, of historical significance. ...

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Landmark Society awards grants

The Landmark Society of Western New York has announced the latest recipients of grants. The Preservation Grant Program offers funds earmarked for preliminary design and planning studies to help make positive improvements to at-risk buildings. The latest recipients include: • ...

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US home prices rose by most in nearly 7 years

WASHINGTON — U.S. home prices jumped in January, a sign the housing market is gaining momentum as it nears the spring selling season. Home prices rose 9.7 percent in January from a year ago, according to data released Tuesday by ...

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RealtyTrac adds new network

RealtyTrac is launching the RealtyTrac Network, a licensed network available to leading independent and franchised brokerage companies across the nation. Through RTN, RealtyTrac will extend its brand awareness, media presence, real estate content, real estate data, varied sources of consumer ...

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Bills’ lease renewed for 10 years

The Empire State Development board of directors has approved the general project plan for renovations at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park and extension of the current lease with the Buffalo Bills. The Erie County Stadium Corporation, a subsidiary of ...

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