The old saying goes that you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone. But why wait that long? Rochester is blessed with a rich stock of buildings with historic importance. Some are more obvious, like the charming Victorians and Queen Annes that still populate certain sections of the city. Others are more unexpected, like shopping centers from the mid-20th century. All say something interesting about our community.
The good news is that stories of successful local preservation abound. (Go, Susan B. Anthony district!) The bad news is that there's still lots of work to be done. Look inside these pages to get better acquainted with some local buildings we simply can't afford to lose.Check out Home/Design Spring 2006 here!