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medley centre: senior housing proposed in former sears - democrat & chronicle - august 14, 2018Aug 14, 2018

PathStone Corp. is proposing to bring approximately 150 senior apartments to the Sears site at the former Medley Centre mall in a bid to meet the burgeoning need for senior housing in the Irondequoit area.  Click to read more...

top 5 hot areas in rochester area: webster, greece and unexpected spots - democrat & chronicleJun 07, 2018

Real estate is ever changing as tastes evolve. Large McMansions that were trending 20 years ago are now being passed over in favor of smaller homes in walkable neighborhoods. Once not so hot areas become popular when buyers get priced out of the trendy areas.  Click to read more...

rochester's poverty talk has to include evictions - www.rochestercitynewspaper.comMay 04, 2018

Matthew Desmond gets straight to the point in his Pulitzer Prize-winning book, "Evicted." "We have failed to fully appreciate how deeply housing is implicated in the creation of poverty," he writes in the book's prologue. "Not everyone living in a distressed neighborhood is associated with gang members, parole officers, employers, social workers, or pastors. But nearly all of them have a landlord."  Click to read more...

the hotel cadillac is shutting down. what will happen to its tenants? - democrat & chronicleApr 30, 2018

For year-round residents of the Hotel Cadillac, the first shoe dropped somewhere along the way. It fell to homelessness, unemployment, drugs, or whatever form of desperation prodded them to settle in Rochester's most resilient and infamous boardinghouse.  Click to read more...

in 83 million eviction records, a sweeping and intimate new look at housing in america www.nytimes.comApr 10, 2018

RICHMOND, Va. - Before the first hearings on the morning docket, the line starts to clog the lobby of the John Marshall Courthouse. No cellphones are allowed inside, but many of the people who've been summoned don't learn that until they arrive. "Put it in your car," the sheriff's deputies suggest at the metal detector. That advice is no help to renters who have come by bus. To make it inside, some tuck their phones in the bushes nearby.  Click to read more...

well-priced ranch homes are hot in rochester-area's real estate market - www.democrat&chronicle.comApr 09, 2018

For the past 30 years, Carla Palumbo enjoyed city living in the Lyell-Otis neighborhood in her two-story home on Glide Street. The diverse neighborhood is close to downtown and near amenities, such as Olindo's Cash and Carry, where she would stock up on imported foods from Italy.  Click to read more...

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The application period closed Friday, September 29, 2017 at 5:00 PM. Your supporting documentation, estimates and additional information will continue to be accepted if your application was in by the deadline.



Lake Ontario Flood Relief Home Repair Program Application Procedural Update


The legislation providing the Flood Relief funding required that we prioritize situations that pose imminent health and safety risks to the occupants.

This includes damage to structure, walls and septic systems. These application will be served before stand-alone shoreline applicants.

Stand-alone shoreline damage applications will be reviewed and applicants will be contacted if additional information is needed. Once you have applied no further action is needed until you are contacted by our staff.

In order to be eligible to receive assistance, property owners must have owned and occupied the property as their primary residence at the time of the flood damage.


The best way to communicate is via e-mail. Please contact us with your questions at floodrelief@pathstone.org. We can respond to at least 10 emails in the time that is spent on one phone call. Please help us help you more efficiently.  

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