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Nov 14, 2015

Executive Building to be sold in online auction

A historic downtown office building with a storied past will be offered for auction online this week at a starting bid of $1.6 million. Auction.com set the asking price for the Executive Building at the heart of the Four Corners and will accept offers Tuesday through Thursday, said Daniel O’Neill, senior executive advisor for Pyramid […]

Oct 29, 2013

Ex-NFL player’s trashed house sold at auction

TROY  — The upstate New York home of former NFL player Brian Holloway that was trashed during a party attended by hundreds of young people has been sold at a foreclosure auction. Holloway tells The Associated Press that his 200-acre property in rural Stephentown sold for $400,000 during Tuesday morning’s auction. The only bidder was […]

Oct 2, 2013

Proclamation establishing Thanksgiving up for sale

NEW YORK — President George Washington’s 1789 proclamation establishing the first Day of Thanksgiving is set to be auctioned in New York City. The document will be sold Nov. 14 at Christie’s. The only other known copy of the proclamation is at the Library of Congress, the auction house said. The proclamation, which set the […]

Sep 20, 2013

Harriet Tubman residential center sold

The state Office of General Services has sold the closed Harriet Tubman Residential Center in Auburn for $900,000. The minimum bid was $250,000 and there were three registered bidders at the auction, held at the Sennett Town Hall in Cayuga County. The successful bidder did not disclose plans for the property, however they must comply […]

Apr 10, 2013

County hopes to auction some city properties

Monroe County is looking to auction off three of its properties that make up more than 500,000 square feet of space in the city, including a key portion of the ill-fated Renaissance Square project. On Tuesday, legislators set a public hearing on a local law that would clear the way to sell the properties at […]

Jan 24, 2013

DOT auctioning surplus property

The New York State Department of Transportation will auction nine parcels of land in Monroe, Ontario and Livingston counties next month. The sale is part of the state’s Surplus Property Program aimed at returning properties no longer needed to the hands of local citizens who can better care for and develop the land. Each parcel […]

Sep 6, 2012

Thruway Authority to auction surplus items

The New York State Thruway Authority and Canal Corporation will hold their third public auction of the year on Wednesday at the Thruway Authority’s Albany Division Facility in Selkirk. Beginning at 9 a.m., the auction will include a variety of passenger cars, pickup and other larger trucks, including dump trucks. Bidders will also find an […]

Feb 24, 2012

$4.2M foreclosure judgment on Penfield parcel

A 5.6-acre parcel in Penfield, which had been approved for two hotels nearly 11 years ago, will be sold at auction next month as the result of a foreclosure proceeding. The property, owned by HMPM Hospitality Group LLC, valued at less than $1 million dollars, has a $4.2 million lien against it, plus interest and […]

Aug 25, 2011

Legal community volunteers make jewelry for VLSP auction

Studio 34 Creative Arts Center on Elton Street was buzzing with creativity on Aug. 11 as nearly 40 volunteers gathered to help Volunteer Legal Services Project, Inc. enhance the inventory for the upcoming Art of Lawyering fundraising auction scheduled to open on Oct. 6. Studio owner Marilynne Lipshutz was instrumental in lining up instructors to help the participants.

Nov 8, 2010

Rates mixed at Monday’s Treasury auction

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Interest rates on short-term Treasury bills were mixed in Monday’s auction with three-month rates unchanged while six-month bills rose to the highest point in two weeks.

Jun 16, 2010

Steinbeck’s apartment archive to be auctioned

NEW YORK CITY — John Steinbeck kept his California roots close when writing such masterpieces as "The Grapes of Wrath" and "East of Eden," but the Nobel Prize winner also loved New York and made it his home for much of his life.

May 11, 2010

‘Flag’ auction could set record for Johns work

NEW YORK CITY — Jasper Johns’ iconic painting of the American flag, in the collection of the late best-selling author Michael Crichton, could set a new auction record for the artist at a sale Tuesday evening at Christie’s.

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