Category: News

Historic Woodlawn Chapel Rehab Underway

Established in 1884, Canandaigua’s Woodlawn Cemetery sits on over seventy acres of picturesque land on North Pearl Street. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2014, the cemetery features the stunning Mary Clark Thompson chapel. Thanks to a

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Preservation Scorecard

Keeping score? We are – here’s the latest on several preservation issues around the region. SAFE: Marion Steam Shovel, LeRoy One of our region’s most unusual National Register listings, the Marion

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Help save Parrott Hall

UPDATE: A new press conference has been scheduled for Thursday, 6/14 at 2:00 PM on the sidewalk outside of Parrot Hall.  On Thursday, 6/14 at 2:00 PM, The Landmark Society of

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Rochester Historic Resources Survey

The Rochester Historic Resources Survey continues this summer in the city’s SW quadrant. John Southern, Lead Intern for last year’s SE quadrant survey and a Master of Arts candidate at Cornell University’s Historic Preservation

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Heart Bombs Across the Rust Belt

On February 11th, young preservationist organizations across the Rust Belt–in cities like Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis–gathered in their respective cities to show their love for old buildings in need

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2016 Five to Revive announced

Today we announced our 2016 Five to Revive – a list that identifies opportunities for targeted, strategic revitalization. The announcement was made at our headquarters on South Fitzhugh St. in Rochester.

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