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Well this is that building, 1 Capron to be exact. Close enough to Dinosaur BBQ and Geva Theatre, and tucked into a corner near the overpass of the 490 entrance and inner loop, 1 Capron is a converted warehouse structure repurposed for the city's growing demand for unique urban housing.
As part of the newly formed Washington Square Park Neighborhood Association, the area is on the mend and has come a long way since its days housing a former natatorium and a free public bath house at the turn of the 20th century. 1 Capron, also known as Capron Street Lofts, boasts some of the city's best views from its rooftop deck, a restaurant serving New American fare that includes fresh Sushi on the first floor of the building, and the ability for residents to be within walking distance of most anything downtown has to offer.
Next time you're passing on the Freddie-Sue Bridge, you'll now know that there was something done to that "building with that big sign". All units sold out and the building is filled to capacity.
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Find Capron Street Lofts: 1 Capron Street Rochester, NY 14607