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Dismantling parts of downtown is making for greener pastures (access required)

Over the years, Rochester has tended to resist the wholesale clearing of blighted properties that characterized the urban renewal efforts of the 1950s and ’60s. This has turned out to be a great benefit, leaving us with more “building stock” to work with compared to many other cities our size. Despite this record, inevitably, demolition ...

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