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Homebuilders

Homebuilders on the list constructed units in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties in 2011; ranked by total number of units built in 2011.

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There is no place like the family business

Painted on a wall in Catherine Sperrick’s office at Home Leasing LLC is the phrase made famous more than 70 years ago in "The Wizard of Oz"-"There’s no place like home."   Those words have come to represent several things ...

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Projects in the works

Owner: Lofton Lofts LLC Location: 242 W. Main St. Project information: Renovation, including asbestos and lead abatement, for conversion into offices and lofts, as well as parking, storage and gym space. Cost: $6.7 million Start date: November 2011 Expected completion ...

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Demand for rental properties rises in light of tough times

Financial pressures coupled with rampant unemployment have increased the demand for rental properties.   According to GlobeSt.com, a commercial real estate and property resource, as more Americans are unable to meet mortgage financing requirements, the trend is toward renting, which ...

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$20M project set to start

Work is scheduled to begin next month on an 11-story building with a restaurant on the first floor and upper-floor housing for 170 students at the University of Rochester.   The nearly $20 million project-called the Flats at Brooks Landing-includes ...

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$20M project set to start

Work is scheduled to begin next month on an 11-story building with a restaurant on the first floor and upper-floor housing for 170 students at the University of Rochester.   The nearly $20 million project-called the Flats at Brooks Landing-includes ...

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The market for high-end homes remains weak

The high-end real estate market in the Rochester area remains soft despite an apparent uptick in the economy, real estate agents here say.   Richard Sarkis, associate broker for Nothnagle Realtors, who defines high-end homes in the Rochester area as ...

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Owner finds success after making big career change

When Ken Livingston, owner of Johnstone Supply of Central New York, opened his shop 21 years ago, he faced quite a learning curve.   "During one of my first transactions, a guy came through the door, put this part on ...

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Apartment Complexes

Information was provided by representatives of individual management companies and apartment complexes that did not have any rental restrictions and that responded to an email or fax survey; ranked by monthly rent for two--bedroom apartment.

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Downtown Rental Properties

Downtown rental properties are ranked by the average of the high and low end of the rental range; ranked by monthly rent for two-bedroom apartment.

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Healthy mix of family, non-family members helps firms grow and thrive

Family businesses face unique challenges and opportunities in attracting and retaining non-family members in key positions.   Knowledge that the corner office may always be reserved for a family member might blunt the contribution and longevity of non-family executives. Further, ...

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Home Leasing adds vice president

Home Leasing LLC has added a new vice president to its team.   Christopher Burgess, a former property manager at Home Properties Inc., has joined Home Leasing as its vice president of property management. Burgess said he will oversee all ...

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