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Breathing new life into Rochester’s old buildings

The repurposing trend has grown beyond household objects to encompass the entire house—or rather, warehouse. Old and often abandoned buildings are being upcycled into dynamic new spaces, salvaging a piece of Rochester’s history and giving both a new chapter. The first step in the process is simple: find the right building for the new need. When ...

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