Fox Sisters Spirits, Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, NY) 24 Aug 1995 Thu P27

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Fox Sisters Spirits, Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, NY) 24 Aug 1995 Thu P27 - Barbara admits the area is a diamond in the...
Barbara admits the area is a diamond in the rough. In urban terms, King and Madison Streets are "right on the edge," a transitional transitional neighborhood off West Main Street between downtown Rochester Rochester and Bulls Head Plaza that some people wouldn't call safe. The transition seems to be going in the neighborhood's favor, thanks in part to homeowners like the Hoffmans, whose dedication to the historic district isn't limited to their personal property. j : Dan is in his second term as president of the neighborhood association, of which he's been a member for 15 years. A mechanical mechanical engineer, he retired last year from Xerox Corp. after 33 years. Barbara, as president of Hoffman Hoffman Associates, an urban real-estate real-estate real-estate development firm, is renovating renovating commercial storefronts along West Main Street. One 1853 building, at 544 W. Main St., houses the West Main Street Gallery, owned and operated operated by artist Daniel Goodwin, who rents the space from Barbara for $75 a month. During Sunday's festivities, festivities, the gallery will be open free to the public from noon to 5 p.m. (See "Women on Display" on this page for details.) The historic district started in the 1840s as the King-Bush King-Bush King-Bush subdi- subdi-

Clipped from Democrat and Chronicle24 Aug 1995, ThuMetroPage 32

Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York)24 Aug 1995, ThuMetroPage 32
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