|42 South Washington Street, Rochester, NY 14614|
|Commercial and residential|
|Property Manager's Website|
|December 4, 1911|
The Bevier Memorial Building is a four-story building in the Cascade District. It was originally owned by the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute School of Applied Arts (today RIT). After the 1964 race riots it housed Action for a Better Community, followed by the New York State Health Department. It was abandoned in 2004.
Plans to redevelop the Bevier Building into apartments were announced in 2013 and completed in 2015. It now has fifteen units and 5,000 square feet of commercial space. Amenities include off-street parking, bike storage, and a community garden.
Bevier building is transformed into downtown lofts - Democrat and Chronicle (2015-08-18)
Downtown housing boom continues with Bevier - Democrat and Chronicle (2014-12-12)
Bevier building may become apartments, offices - Democrat and Chronicle (2014-01-14)
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