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'Persistence pays off' - Renovation resurrects historic village building

'Persistence pays off'

by By Russ Tarby / Eagle Newspapers
November 02, 2010

Renovation resurrects historic village building.
Liverpool Village Historian Dorianne Elitharp Gutierrez couldn't be happier. "It is so heartening to see that a living artifact of Liverpool's glory days as a bustling canal village can be brought back from the brink of destruction, renovated with thought and taste, and made commercially viable," Gutierrez said.
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Liverpool reclaims a historic treasure: village building that dates to 1863

Liverpool reclaims a historic treasure: village building that dates to 1863

by Sarah Moses / The Post-Standard
February 04, 2010

Liverpool, NY -- A historic building in the village of Liverpool is undergoing $1.8 million worth of renovations and will soon house nine $1,000-a-month luxury apartments and commercial space. JGB Properties LLC, which purchased the site in 2007, recently began work on the building at 401-403 First St., said Christine Stevens, project manager.
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Jay Bernhardt preserves historic landmarks throughout Central New York.

Jay Bernhardt preserves historic landmarks throughout Central New York

by Dick Case / The Post-Standard
September 25, 2009

Jay Bernhardt made an interesting change of life – from industrialist to preservationist – while he’s still around to enjoy it.
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