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Home sales dip, median price rises in Q4

Area home sales decreased 0.5 percent in the fourth quarter compared with a year ago, the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors Inc. reported Thursday.

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City to receive $2M from state to rehabilitate 7 properties

The city of Rochester is to receive $2 million in state funds to rehabilitate seven properties included in the city’s master plan through round four of the Restore New York Communities Initiative.

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Work to begin on $50 million housing project

Work is about to begin on Upper Falls Square, a $50 million affordable housing project at Cleveland Street and Hudson Avenue. DePaul Community Services Inc. and Christa Construction LLC are working together on the project. SWBR Architecture, Engineering & Landscape ...

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City working on options for run-down Chestnut Street building

Rochester officials are working on options to redevelop a longtime vacant, decrepit building in the heart of downtown surrounded by a number of renovation projects. The nine-story building at 65-67 Chestnut St. is in tax foreclosure, and Baye Muhammad, the ...

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RHA unveils renovated homes

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The Rochester Housing Authority held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday for four renovated homes on Garson Avenue, near the Public Market.

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Brownfield cleanup complete at Pinnacle North site

Pinnacle North, the $120 million mixed-use development project on the north shore of Canandaigua Lake, has completed the brownfield cleanup on the site’s 21 acres of land across from Kershaw Park in Canandaigua.

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Royal Oak buys Wis. property

Royal Oak Realty Trust Inc. recently acquired its 14th building in a $9.3 million deal that adds a seventh state to its portfolio. The private real estate investment trust acquired Miniature Precision Components Inc.’s headquarters and primary manufacturing facilities in ...

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State funds awarded to improve area homes

Nearly $8 million in funds was awarded this week from a state agency to construct, rehabilitate and improve the homes of 295 income-eligible families across New York.

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Broadtree buys multifamily community in Atlanta area for $23.5M

Broadtree Residential, a private real estate investment trust managed by Broadstone Real Estate LLC, has acquired Somerset at the Crossings, a 264-unit multifamily community in Tucker, Ga., for $23.5 million.

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Rochester Eye & Laser completes upgrades

Encouraged by redevelopment of former Inner Loop land next door, Rochester Eye & Laser Center has completed an extensive upgrade of its facility at North Union and Charlotte Streets in the East End. 

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Taylor constructing Chili medical facility

Taylor, the Builders, has landed a contract to build the Fresenius Medical Care outpatient dialysis center on Scottsville Road in Chili. Construction is underway.

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SEC demands $16M from David Fleet

The Securities and Exchange Commission has ordered David Fleet, the dethroned Southern Tier low-income housing baron, to disgorge $15.9 million. The money is supposed to go to repay hundreds of small investors who lost money buying illegal securities Fleet sold ...

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