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Ren Square theater needs $55M

Renaissance Square project leaders are confident its proposed performing arts center will be built, despite the economic downturn and questions about funding. The Main & Clinton Local Development Corp., which oversees the project for the downtown corner of the same ...

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Brooks Landing open for business

Brooks Landing officially opened Monday, but city officials and neighbors say it’s only the beginning of the southwest neighborhood’s revitalization. The project, 25 years in the making and overseen by three different city administrations, stalled over the years as people ...

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Affordable housing suffering crunch

Rochester’s Cornerstone Group Ltd. closed on its Olean-Kennedy housing addition in January, adding 32 units on the city’s southwest side. Lawrence Jones, a development associate with the group, is grateful for it. Now, two of his firm’s affordable housing projects ...

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Construction holding steady, survey says

Despite economic woes and a shaky housing market, the region’s construction industry is holding steady. That’s according to The Bonadio Group’s recent construction industry survey on Upstate New York. The Bonadio Group is a regional accounting, consulting and financial services ...

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Monroe County home sales up in August

Home sales in the Rochester area aren’t hot, but local experts agree they’re better than elsewhere in the state. Sales of existing single-family home sales were up in August over July, according to statistics released last week by the Greater ...

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Brighton considers high-end housing

If developer Anthony Costello gets his way, Brighton could get something that many believe the town lacks — new places to live. “There’s been a pent up need for something like this in Brighton,” said Costello. To that end, his ...

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