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Residential, commercial real estate both trending upward

Greater Rochester’s real estate agents are looking forward to the 2016 market. “We do see an increase in the number of home sales,” says Andy Burke, president of the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors, which represents residential real estate agents. ...

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Nothnagle plans to expand across N.Y.

Armand D’Alfonso, Nothnagle president and CEO, purchased Nothnagle in 2006. (Photo by Kimberly McKinzie) Roughly seven months after being acquired by one of the largest real estate companies in the nation, Nothnagle Realtors continues to grow locally and is looking ...

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FLTG expands network into Monroe County

Finger Lakes Technologies Group Inc. has added roughly 300 miles to its fiber-optic network with the completion of two projects, including its first network foray into Monroe County. Its network now covers more than 2,500 miles across Upstate New York. ...

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New model, apartment building open at Perinton site

Uniland Residential, an arm of Uniland Development Co., opened a new model unit and apartment building at the Glen at Perinton Hills, a roughly $12 million project consisting of 60 luxury apartments near Route 31 and Moseley Road.

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$19.4 million Riverwood Tech Campus to receive tax breaks

The Rainaldi family’s Riverwood Tech Campus LLC, a redevelopment project at the former Eastman Kodak Marketing Education Center on 150 acres of land in Henrietta, received a property tax abatement Tuesday from the County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency.

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Leading his firm into ninth decade


Richard Gianforti Jr., center, purchased Flower City Glass from his father, Richard Gianforti Sr., at left, and his uncle, James Gianforti, seven years ago. (Photo by Kimberly McKinzie) When Richard Gianforti Jr. talks about the work his company has completed ...

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Leaders say photonics institute HQ should be B&L building

A working group of Rochester business leaders focused on photonics says the headquarters for the new American Institute for Manufacturing Photonics should be at Rochester’s Legacy Tower at One Bausch & Lomb Place.

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Interest in Auburn Creek runs high, meets need


Design Auburn Creek will feature 23 apartment buildings with two-and three bedroom units when finished. (Rendering courtesy of James Fahy)   Work is underway on a $25 million luxury apartment complex in Victor, Ontario County. Auburn Creek Apartments LLC, a ...

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