Real Estate News
- Rochester downtown development event draws nearly 500 attendees
More than 490 people attended the downtown development event Tuesday morning, part of the RBJ Power Breakfast Series. The panel included Buckingham Properties LLC managing partner Ken Glazer, who said: "I can see Rochester on the cover of a magazine in five years with the headline, 'Here’s a city that did it right.'"
- REIT acquires facility
- ROCHESTERCHAMBERtop100-Culture, training are key for real estate firm
- Residential Real Estate Firms
- For many, green space a must for downtown
- Busier downtown attracts millennials from suburbs
- Commercial real estate on the march downtown
- Jay Birnbaum was well-known in real estate
- Report: Inner Loop among nation's worst urban highways
Rochester’s Inner Loop is one of America’s worst urban highways, according to a new report from the Congress for the New Urbanism. Freeways in Syracuse and Buffalo also were cited.
- Local housing market enters 2017 with solid momentum
- Real Estate Developers
- Home sales dip, median price rises in Q4
Area home sales decreased 0.5 percent in the fourth quarter compared with a year ago, the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors Inc. reported Thursday.
- City to receive $2M from state to rehabilitate 7 properties
The city of Rochester is to receive $2 million in state funds to rehabilitate seven properties included in the city’s master plan through round four of the Restore New York Communities Initiative.
- Datto plans to add 200 jobs in expansion at the Metropolitan
Datto Inc. plans to add 200 high-tech jobs to the local economy through a $2.1 million capital grant of the New York Upstate Revitalization Initiative, officials said Tuesday.
- Work to begin on $50 million housing project
- City working on options for run-down Chestnut Street building
- RHA unveils renovated homes
The Rochester Housing Authority held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday for four renovated homes on Garson Avenue, near the Public Market.
- Taylor awarded contract for renovation at Three City Center
Taylor, the Builders has been awarded the contract for phased renovation of Three City Center at 180 S. Clinton Ave.
- Brownfield cleanup complete at Pinnacle North site
Pinnacle North, the $120 million mixed-use development project on the north shore of Canandaigua Lake, has completed the brownfield cleanup on the site’s 21 acres of land across from Kershaw Park in Canandaigua.
- Norman Leenhouts, co-founder of Home Properties, dies
Real estate developer Norman Leenhouts, the co-founder of Home Leasing Corp. and a Rochester Business Hall of Fame inductee, died Saturday at the age of 81.