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This home was built in 1986 as part of the Mark IV Construction Company’s 20-year Corn Hill Project, which culminated in the build of Corn Hill Landing on Exchange Boulevard. […]
In 1982, Mark IV Construction Company completed the first phase of the Corn Hill Commons – the City’s first comprehensive housing development in 30 years. Land left vacant after urban […]
In 1985, this property was the only empty parcel left on Plymouth Circle. Many homes in this area had already been demolished as part of urban renewal. Corn Hill resident […]
This home, which first appear on an 1851 map, is an example of Victorian bracketed architecture, with simple stone lintels and sills flanking windows and doors, and bracketed eaves. The […]
Although a property plaque dates this house to 1850, there is evidence that early Rochester mayor Charles Hill built the front part of the home in 1840. After 1850, the […]
School Number 3 is one of Rochester’s oldest schools, first built in 1820, facing Tremont Street, when Rochester was only a village. It was rebuilt in 1840 and again in […]