|SW; centered on Early College International High School and George Mather Forbes School No. 4|
|East - Clarissa Street|
|West - Genesee Street|
Dr. Samuel McCree Way is an east-west route on the city's west side. Formerly called Bronson Avenue, it was named for the Rev. Samuel McCree, Jr. after he died of cancer in 2000. McCree was widely known for the number of ministries and community service programs he founded, as well as for his work with some of Rochester's most disadvantaged residents. Today, Dr. Samuel McCree Way is lined with two schools, a park, and several religious and non-profit organizations. The street is otherwise residential.
North of Dr. Samuel McCree Way is the Changing of the Scenes neighborhood. The street divides COTS from Genesee-Jefferson and Plymouth-Exchange, with Reynolds Street forming the border between those two neighborhoods. Major intersections are Jefferson Avenue and Ford Street.
Located on Dr. Samuel McCree Way
171 : Glady's Place
237 : Zion Hill Missionary
250 : McCree Samuel Rev Study
Remembering Samuel McCree - The Grapevine (2010-02-07)
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