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Buckingham adds new tenants to Daily Record Building

Buckingham Properties welcomed three new tenants to the Daily Record Building at 11 Centre Park in the Cascade District: Westminster Financial LLC, Barton & Loguidice and Quantum Loop Solutions LLC. Westminster Financial provides comprehensive financial plans for wealth building and ...

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Community association restores brownfields

As George H. Moses, executive director of the nonprofit Group 14621 Community Association Inc., explains, brownfield site clean up and remediation is something the City of Rochester commonly does, but that is unique for a community organization. Rochester has a ...

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Flaum completes leases for four new stores

Flaum Management Co. Inc., a Rochester-based real estate company, has negotiated four new leases, including one for a new store in Panorama Plaza in Penfield. Scott Burdett, vice president of marketing/brokerage services negotiated the deals on behalf of his client ...

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‘City Living Sundays’ are back for 20th year

The dates for the 20th annual “City Living Sundays,” which start this weekend, have been released. City Living Sundays is a consortium of area lenders, neighborhood associations, private businesses, the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors, The Landmark Society of Western ...

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Rental real estate market still strong in Rochester

National studies by real estate investment company HomeVestors of America, Inc., in conjunction with real estate forecaster Local Market Monitor, continue to identify Rochester as one of the best cities in the country for rental property investors, based on first ...

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Buffalo announces foreclosure changes

On Tuesday, Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown announced sweeping changes to the city’s property tax foreclosure process. Historically, Buffalo filed foreclosures on properties owing any amount of fees to the city after one year, but will now limit those foreclosure ...

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Hydrofracking 101

New York state may be regulating itself out of the natural gas drilling market, according to a Buffalo environmental attorney. The basics of the “Marcellus Shale Gas Play,” and its potential environmental and economic impacts were presented Thursday to members ...

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HUD awards public housing improvement money

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced it will issue over $321 million to public housing authorities across the state of New York for major repairs and improvements pursuant to its Capital Fund Program. The Rochester Housing Authority ...

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