Pulaski Library

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Location
1151 Hudson Avenue, Rochester, NY 14621
Occupant(s)
Vacant
Wheelchair Accessible?
No
Property Manager
[WWW]Providence Housing Development Corporation
Property Manager's Phone
[WWW]See website
Architect
Herbert Bohacket and Lewis Brew
Construction
1931
Third-Party Websites
[WWW]Democrat and Chronicle
[WWW]Landmark Society
[WWW]The Rochesterian
[WWW]Rochester Subway
[wikipedia]Wikipedia

The Pulaski Library is an historic building in the Group 14621 neighborhood. According to the Landmark Society:

The Group 14621 Community Association took over the building in 2001 with plans to turn it into a neighborhood computer center. Unfortunately, the project was abandoned due to lack of funds. In 2013 the city put out a Request for Proposals, noting that,

The sale price for the Pulaski Library was only $1,000. As an historic building in a troubled neighborhood, it was also eligible for numerous tax credits.2 The project was taken up by local developer Providence Housing, who plan to convert the library to affordable apartments.

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