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Non-profit in Canandaigua to focus on lakefront development

A non-profit organization in Canandaigua dormant since the late 1990s will reform and focus its efforts on redevelopment of lakefront properties, program officials and officials with the city of Canandaigua announced Friday.

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On the horizon

With approvals obtained for its Heritage Square project, a 120-acre, $100 million office, retail, hotel and senior residential development, McLean Development LLC is attracting interest from potential tenants.   The land, across from the entrance to SUNY College at Brockport ...

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Property Management Firms

Information was provided by individual property management firms in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties that responded to an e-mail survey; ranked by total square feet managed locally.

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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 e-mail or fax survey, and other sources; ranked by monthly rent for two-bedroom apartment.

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After the empty nest: Time for transition, weighing options

Since moving to Rivers Run Active Adult Community in Henrietta in 2009, Alison Sasiadek has learned basic Italian, dabbled in fine-art painting and happily cut back on cooking. If she had held onto her home in LeRoy, Genesee County, the ...

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Q4: Charles Provini, president and CEO, Natcore Technology Inc.

Q: What would you consider to be the most important reason for picking Rochester as a research and development center for Natcore? A: Rochester gives us the ability to access Eastman Business Park and their enormous physical and intellectual resources. ...

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Luxury listing

A family in Penfield is looking to sell their 37-acre, 11,000-square-foot estate for $3.9 million.   Getting that kind of money for a residential property would be a dramatic feat in this region-and an unlikely one, Mark Siwiec, a broker ...

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Homes sales, listings drop in Q1

Real estate listings for sale locally were down 24.5 percent in the first quarter from 6,151 to listings to 4,644, the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors Inc. reported Thursday.

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