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Historic Genesee Country Inn in Mumford up for sale (access required)

A nearly 200-year-old mill turned inn, where the design and decor allow the past to meet the present, is on the market. Deborah and Richard Stankevich are selling the Genesee Country Inn Bed & Breakfast and the 7.5 acres of rustic ...

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Curbell Plastics moves into new facility (access required)

Curbell Plastics Inc. has relocated operations — but the firm didn’t go far. The new, larger facility is at 200 Aviation Drive in Chili, directly behind their old location. The new spot provides 50 percent more space to house customer-specific materials, ...

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‘Cost-burdened’ renters on the rise in Monroe County (access required)

More than half of Monroe County renters are classified as cost-burdened because they spend more than 30 percent of their income on monthly housing costs. The cost-burdened percentage stands at 54.3 percent, up 1 percent from a year ago, according ...

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Cornerstone and California firm join forces to re-create affordable community (access required)

When Cedarwood Towers went on sale last year, Roger Brandt saw an opportunity for Rochester’s Cornerstone Group Ltd. to again make an impact on lives in Rochester. He was well aware that the twin-tower apartment community had, over 45 years, gone ...

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Former Dewey Ave. Friendly’s to become KFC (access required)

The former Friendly’s restaurant on Dewey Avenue in Greece is scheduled to become the area’s newest KFC. Plaza Street Partners of Prairie Village, Kan., completed the purchase of the building late last month for $435,000, according to records filed with ...

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Home affordability getting tougher for average wage-earner (access required)

The average wage-earner cannot comfortably afford a median-priced home in Monroe County, according to recent analysis of housing information by Attom Data Solutions. That mirrors the nationwide trend, which showed wage-earners in 371 of 498 counties analyzed could not afford ...

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Landmark Society tour looks at newest downtown living spaces (access required)

Some of the newer additions to Rochester’s downtown living scene will be on display Friday and Saturday during The Landmark Society of Western New York’s 16th annual Inside Downtown Tour. Event headquarters is Metro Co-Work at 350 East Ave., where ...

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Inner Loop affordable housing helps create diverse neighborhoods (access required)

The redevelopment of the former Inner Loop is doing more than just bringing people and vibrancy to once-ignored neighborhoods in the city of Rochester. It’s the prime example of how Rochester can begin to rid itself of a segregated divide, ...

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The latest on Morgan: a delinquency, a possible sale, finalized package sale (access required)

The $29.1 million loan on one of the few remaining properties wholly under the management of Robert Morgan’s Morgan Communities went delinquent in August and the lender is preparing to foreclose, according to the latest advisory from Trepp. Rivers Pointe ...

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Interest has been strong in Aqueduct Building, CBRE says (access required)

Put your nicely appointed, three-bedroom ranch house on the market on a Friday and you may very well be accepting an offer by Monday. List an iconic, 177,500-square-foot building in the heart of downtown and you know from the outset ...

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Home prices climb in Monroe, Ontario counties (access required)

Median home prices in Monroe County climbed 9.2 percent in August compared to the same time period a year ago while the supply of houses on the market increased for the first time in nine months. The median price on ...

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Local design firms join forces to win Buffalo Skyway contest (access required)

Redevelopment of Buffalo’s downtown skyway will be done with a big assist from three Rochester-based firms. SWBR, Fisher Associates and MRB Group combined forces to create the winning entry in the state’s Aim for the Sky: The Buffalo Skyway Corridor Competition. Throughout the ...

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Fournier ready to hand over leadership reins at Conifer (access required)

During his 13 years as president, chairman and/or CEO of Conifer Realty LLC, Tim Fournier has helped the Rochester-based firm make a significant impact in the affordable housing industry. One project, Erie Harbor, revived a three-block stretch of Mount Hope ...

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With more homeowners staying put, builders unveil design expo (access required)

With so few houses available on the market, more homeowners are choosing to give their current living space a new feel by remodeling or renovating. Sometimes, however, homeowners have an unrealistic expectation of the time it will take to complete ...

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