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Developer envisions historic row houses as upscale tavern (access required)

The home that helped launch the suffragist activities of Laura Cuppy Smith nearly two centuries ago has undergone an extensive structural rehabilitation, the first step toward the developers dream of creating a trendy tavern in downtown Rochester's Cascade District. Twin brothers John and Jim Loftus bought the connected row houses at 30 and 32 S. Washington ...

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