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Historic Temple Building houses church for first time in 50 year

Published July 1st, 2017 by Costanza Enterprises

(ROCHESTER, NY) WROC-TV - Easter took on a special meaning for the Grace Road Church in Rochester.  Their first service inside their historic new home took place on Sunday.  The congregation purchased the Temple Building on Franklin St. in downtown Rochester, located not far from the Liberty Pole. Click SOURCE to read full article.

Downtown lofts in Rochester offer pop culture feel

Published May 14th, 2016 by Costanza Enterprises

For young professionals such as Justin Basch, a trendy downtown loft keeps the creative juices flowing. The 29-year-old CEO owns a digital marketing and social media strategy company that he runs from his Temple Building home, "and if I travel, someone else is doing the maintenance," he says. Click SOURCE to read more!

Inside a heavenly downtown Temple Building loft

Published March 11th, 2016 by Costanza Enterprises

On any given Sunday in the late 1920s, thousands of the faithful filtered into The Baptist Temple in downtown Rochester to hear the Rev. Clinton Wunder’s sermons. The young, charming, persuasive and magnetic Wunder had convinced his congregation to demolish its original house of worship, which faced Franklin Street, and pay for the construction of what was then referred to as the “skyscraper church,” which included a 9,000-square-foot Gothic cathedral with room for 1,600 worshippers, 14 upper floors for rented office space and the basement’s commercial cafeteria to produce income for the church.

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Loft living at Temple Building downtown

Published February 10th, 2016 by Costanza Enterprises

Cheryl Coady was ready for a change.

With her four kids grown and on their own, the family's 2,900 square-foot home in Chili just seemed too big. She started to look for living spaces downtown as she wanted to be near theater and dining.

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Station 55 in Rochester's Marketview Heights neighborhood

Published February 1st, 2016 by Costanza Enterprises

Take a look inside Station 55 in Rochester's Marketview Heights neighborhood. Station 55 features both open residential and commercial space. Click SOURCE to read more!

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