The area, in southwest Rochester, is encircled by Brown Street, Interstate 490, Broad Street, West Main Street and Jefferson Avenue. Businesses are moving in and the neighborhood has begun a transformation.
Local Museums & Landmarks
The Anthony Museum & House demonstrates the lifestyle of and tells the story of Anthony, who fought for women’s right to vote and equal rights for all. In the public square outside the museum is a sculpture of Anthony and abolitionist Frederick Douglass, another former Rochester resident, having tea.
Nearby is the venerable Nick Tahou’s restaurant, in a former train station on West Main and home to the trademarked Garbage Plate. The Frederick Douglass Resource Center, at 36 King St., is open by appointment.