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Decades of architectural, personal histories dress up East Avenue

Millionaire’s row? Any decent-size U.S. city has one of those.   But an Avenue of Presidents? That name has been used to describe Rochester’s East Avenue.   Local historian Don Hall calls the avenue "one of the best-preserved gateway streets ...

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Morgan plans $20 million luxury complex on river downtown

Morgan Management LLC plans to buy a parcel of land along South Avenue behind Dinosaur Bar-B-Que and build a 100-unit luxury apartment complex overlooking the Genesee River. A project site plan envisions a $20 million building covering much of the property from the popular eatery to a ramp to eastbound I-490 and extending to South Avenue.

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Luxury complex on river planned

Morgan Management LLC plans to buy a parcel of land along South Avenue behind Dinosaur Bar-B-Que and build a 100-unit luxury apartment complex overlooking the Genesee River.   The Perinton property management firm expects to close the deal within days, ...

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Revamping old sites exposes opportunities, adaptability

Laurence Glazer, CEO of Buckingham Properties LLC, has one word to describe how the Midtown Tower will look when it is completely renovated: spectacular.   The Rochester developer, in partnership with Robert Morgan of Morgan Management LLC in Perinton, has ...

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Home Properties shares up as firm reports record growth

Shares of Home Properties Inc. were up slightly early Friday afternoon a day after the company reported fourth-quarter financial results that beat analyst estimates. Annual growth set a record for the company.

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Wealthiest Zip Codes

Information was obtained from Environmental systems Research Institute Inc. Ranked by 2012 median household income.

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Real Estate Developers

Information was provided by individual companies that responded to an email or fax survey. The survey area was Monroe County. Ranked by Total local non-residential square footage.

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Downtown shows signs of uptick

A rebirth might be a stretch, but Rochester’s downtown appears to be growing after years of decline.   "I think downtown is sitting in the middle of a shift that’s beginning to take place," said Heidi Zimmer-Meyer, president of the ...

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Credit union to open in site donated by First Niagara

Lexington Avenue Federal Credit Union plans to open a second location in former HSBC Bank USA N.A. offices donated by First Niagara Financial Group Inc., officials announced Tuesday.

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DOT to auction nine properties in the region

Nine parcels of Rochester-area land owned by the state Department of Transportation, including a lakefront property in Webster and two parcels totaling 40 acres in Livingston County, are scheduled for auction Feb. 27.   The sale, at Region 4 headquarters ...

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Lakefront site tops sale list

The state Department of Transportation will try to sell nine parcels of land in the Rochester area during a public auction at 10:30 a.m. Feb. 27 at its Region 4 offices, 1530 Jefferson Road in Henrietta. Prospective bidders should research ...

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Monroe County Taxpayers

Information was provided by the Monroe County Department of Finance from the final 2011 assessment rolls of the 21 municipalities of Monroe County and from other sources; ranked by total county taxable value.  

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