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Coming off best year ever, HUNT Realty will give back

HUNT Real Estate ERA was the top-ranked family owned realty firm headquartered in New York based on 2019 sales data compiled by REAL Trends. REAL Trends ranked the top 500 firms in the country in transactions and sales volume. Buffalo-based ...

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Real estate lawyer brings down-to-earth style to Howard Hanna (access required)

Fred Corsi was supposed to be sending criminals to prison; that was his intention leaving law school and why the Allegheny County District Attorney’s office in downtown Pittsburgh had a job waiting for him upon graduation from the University of ...

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Online auction will benefit Spiritus Christi’s prison outreach program (access required)

Spiritus Christi Prison Outreach is taking its 40th anniversary celebration online on Saturday evening, highlighted by an online fundraising auction. Home Leasing has committed to match up to $40,000 in auction proceeds. Spiritus Christi Prison Outreach is a ministry of ...

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Aqueduct Building sells for $4.7 million (access required)

After more than 100 years as the home to Lawyers Cooperative and the legal publishing firm’s recent iteration, Thomson Reuters, the Aqueduct Building has been sold. The downtown landmark, identifiable by a 21-foot statue of Mercury that sits high atop ...

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Monroe County, city of Rochester extend property tax deadline

Taxpayers in Monroe County and the city of Rochester now have an extra month to pay property taxes. County Executive Adam Bello has signed an executive order, extending the due date for the third installment of town and county real ...

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Burdett honored as a top leasing, sales broker (access required)

R. Scott Burdett of Flaum Management Co. Inc. was named a winner in two Power Broker Award categories by CoStar Group. CoStar’s Power Broker Awards recognize the brokers, power players and deal-makers who close the highest transaction volume in commercial ...

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Downturn for hotels likely to be steep (access required)

The hotel industry, already slammed hard by the coronavirus pandemic, will be forced to endure an even steeper nosedive of occupancy rates and revenue in the coming weeks. But even when the health crisis subsides in the United States, hoteliers ...

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Eviction proceedings on hold due to COVID-19 (access required)

Eviction proceedings have been halted across New York State, part of an order by the chief administrative judge meant to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Judge Lawrence K. Marks on Sunday issued a memo saying all non-essential functions of ...

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Lawsuits by lenders allege Masaschi, associates owe $30 million (access required)

Two more private lenders have filed suit against developer Tom Masaschi, his partner in DHD Ventures and the various limited liability companies they created when they financed a host of local and out-of-state projects. The latest suits — coupled with ...

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Realtors still expect high traffic at open houses (access required)

The supply of houses remains especially low in Monroe County but real estate agents don’t sense coronavirus pandemic panic among would-be buyers as the spring open-house season ramps up. While COVID-19 has been confirmed in the county, Realtors don’t expect ...

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Conifer’s remake of Southeast Towers ‘worth the wait’ (access required)

Being uprooted from the apartment she had called home for the previous five years was not an enjoyable experience for Shelly Nalty. After all, who likes packing up everything and moving? Especially when the move would only be temporary. But ...

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Broker claims Tech Park hasn’t paid $792K in commissions (access required)

A Brighton commercial real estate broker has again filed suit against Rochester Tech Park, claiming the owners of the expansive property in Gates have failed to pay nearly $800,000 in commissions. Moore Corporate Real Estate, Inc., says Tech Park Owner, ...

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Happiness House Apartments will help fill critical housing need (access required)

Construction is underway on Happiness House Apartments in Canandaigua, a $9.7 million affordable and supportive housing development that will create 30 homes. The project includes 22 apartments for individuals and families, another eight apartments for seniors. Four of the senior ...

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Four hotel projects underway at Indus Hospitality (access required)

  Four area hotel projects are in the works for Indus Hospitality Group of Penfield, including the first brand-name lodging in the Wyoming County seat of Warsaw. Indus is targeting a May opening for a 67-room Microtel Inn & Suites ...

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