Located in Rochester’s Aqueduct District, this five-story, 65,000-sq. ft. building constructed in 1964 was the headquarters for Central Trust Bank. It’s been converted into 24 upscale apartments with Class A commercial space on the first floor. It’s all within walking distance of the Blue Cross Arena, Dinosaur BBQ and Corn Hill Landing, and a bike ride away from URMC and the University of Rochester. Its mid-century vibe was carefully restored, and it’s now considered a historic building in Rochester’s landscape.

Live near the thriving entertainment district, festivals, museums, and restaurants. Corn Hill is right down the street. Live close to your work and minutes away from the expressway.