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Downtown Rental Properties

Rochester Business Journal
April 4, 2014

Downtown rental properties are ranked by the average of the high and low end of the rental range.

Property Name
1   Knowlton Building
2   Temple Building
3   Medical Arts Building
4  72 Cascade Building Lofts
5  HH Warner Lofts
6  Parry Building Lofts
7  Corn Hill Landing
8  200 East Avenue Apartments & Townhomes
9  East End Lofts
10  Halo Lofts at 60 Grove
11  Bridge Square Lofts
12  Hive @ 116
13  The Lofts at Michaels-Stern
14  Hive Andrews
15  Corn Hill Apartments and Townhouses
16  Buckingham Commons
17  Apartments at Water Street Commons
18  Kirstein Building
19  Chapel Hill
20  180 St. Paul - Smith-Gormley Building
21  Riverview Lofts
22  2 East End Way Lofts
23  Alexander Court Apartments
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Data from The Lists is available for purchase as an Excel download at the RBJ List Center. A PDF reprint of The Lists can be purchased by contacting our Circulation Department at 585-546-8303 or email service@rbj.net.


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