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Grants available for historic preservation in rural areas (access required)

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The state Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation and the Landmark Society of Western New York have made $750,000 in grants available to support rural communities in the Finger Lakes and Western New York for historic building repair and ...

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Landmark Society to host annual preservation conference online (access required)

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The Landmark Society of Western New York Inc. will host its 2020 NY Statewide Preservation Conference daily from Dec. 1 through Dec. 3. The virtual conference will have sessions on a diverse range of topics that include neighborhood advocacy and ...

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Landmark Society selects 2020 Five to Revive projects (access required)

692 Joseph Ave. is the future home of the Joseph Avenue Arts & Culture Alliance . (Photo  by Quajay Donnell)

The Landmark Society of Western New York Inc. has chosen five properties for revitalization. The annual Five to Revive identifies opportunities for targeted, strategic revitalization. The list of properties draws attention to key priorities for revitalization in Western New York. ...

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Geneva’s Parrott Hall gets new life (access required)

Parrott Hall in Geneva was once the home of Louisa and Nehemiah Denton. It was left vacant for decades and now is being renovated with help from the Parrott Hall Coalition. (photo provided)

A historic Ontario County building is getting a transformation, with help from several grants and a coalition of preservationists. Geneva’s Parrott Hall Coalition has tapped Crawford & Steams, Architects and Preservation Planners LLC to work with engineering firm Klepper, Hahn ...

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Five projects chosen for rehabilitation in Landmark Society’s Five to Revive (access required)

King's Daughters and Sons (Photo by Kyle Benjamin)

Five properties in the Rochester region will be targeted for renovations as part of the Landmark Society of Western New York’s annual Five to Revive program. Now in its seventh year, the Five to Revive program identifies opportunities for targeted, ...

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Landmark Society chooses ‘Five to Revive’ (access required)

The Landmark Society of Western New York Inc. has chosen five Rochester area sites as preservation priorities. The 2017 Five to Revive list identifies opportunities for targeted, strategic revitalization and includes Elim Bible Institute in the village of Lima, Livingston ...

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