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Western NY — Five to Revive List Announced, includes Sampson Theatre in Penn Yan, NY

SampsonFive to Revive List Announced, includes Sampson Theatre
Published by the Landmark Society of Western New York
May 16, 2013

Five to Revive – a list of five historic sites determined by The Landmark Society of Western New York to be in need of targeted revitalization was announced on May 16 at the Pulaski Library building on Hudson Ave in Rochester. The library is one of the properties on the list which includes:

Pulaski Library, Rochester, NY
Eastman Dental Dispensary, Rochester, NY
Pedestrian Bridges, Genesee Valley Park, Rochester, NY
Sampson Theatre, Penn Yan, NY
Holley High School, Holley, NY

“The heart of The Landmark Society’s preservation efforts is community revitalization,” said Wayne Goodman Executive Director. “Beginning this year we will annually publish Five to Revive, a list that will call attention to five properties in Western New York that are in need of investment. Whether buildings, landscapes, or structures, they are significant historic properties whose rehabilitations can become catalytic projects for the neighborhoods and communities that surround them. “

(Click here to learn more about the Sampson Theatre and the other properties chosen.)

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