Type: Down Town Rochester Apartments
The number of units: 93
Completion of construction: 1989
Welcome to Corn Hill Townhouses & Apartments in Rochester, New York. Residents can experience the convenience of our close proximity to Downtown Rochester as well as maintenance-free living in our country-style community. Enjoy living in a peaceful environment that is family-friendly and pet-friendly! Our spacious homes boast cathedral ceilings, plush carpeting, and private balconies. In addition to these thoughtful touches, residents will enjoy our all-electric kitchens, full basements, and outdoor living areas. The seamless commute from our community to the University of Rochester’s campus makes us an ideal spot for college students, staff, and faculty to settle down. Enjoy a warm, peaceful environment with access to everything you could possibly need and become a resident of Corn Hill Townhouses & Apartments today!
When you live at Corn Hill Townhouses & Apartments, you will enjoy seamless access to local parks, restaurants, and other forms of entertainment. Those who prefer outdoor recreational activities will adore the running, jogging, and cycling routes within the area such as Genesee Riverway Trail Extension and Genesee Crossroads Park. Whether you’re craving American-style barbecue or international cuisine, indulge in the tasty bites found at Dinosaur Bar-B-Que or Tony D’s. Looking for a bit of entertainment on a weekend evening? We are minutes from Interstate 490 Expressway, which provides a quick route to Downtown Rochester. You can even catch a live performance at Eastman Theater or Geva Theater. Despite what type of lifestyle you may lead, Corn Hill Townhouses & Apartments accommodates residents from all walks of life!
With a population of approximately 210,000 residents, Rochester is a city on the southern shore of Lake Ontario in the western portion of New York. The city was rated third as “The Best Place to Raise a Family” by Forbes. Additionally, Kiplinger rated Rochester as the fifth “Best City for Families” because of its highly rated public school system, low unemployment rate, and overall low cost of living. Although it’s five hours from New York City, Rochester stands on its own in terms of the culture the city offers to its residents. The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, the Geva Theatre Center, and the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film are just a few of the cultural institutions that populate the area. Nightlife abounds in Rochester’s East End district, and if this isn’t enough entertainment to please your every whim, Rochester holds a number of cultural festivals each year including the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival, the Rochester International Film Festival, the Lilac Festival at Highland Park, and the Corn Hill Arts Festival right here in the Corn Hill neighborhood. If you’re an active person, you deserve a vibrant lifestyle, which is available to you in Rochester.