Rochester, New York City Guide
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Victor, New York

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  • EastView Mall.   "Eastview Mall is located just off the New York State Thruway within a 90 minute drive of more than 3.5 million people. Its proximity to two of Upstate New York’s most important highway systems, I-90 and I-490, enables it to consistently draw from Syracuse and Buffalo, NY.

    Located in the fastest growing sector of the metropolitan Rochester area with the highest concentration of affluent households in all of Upstate New York, Eastview Mall truly caters to the upscale fashion clientele of its primary trade area (average household income within three miles of over $120,000 and $86,000 within 10 miles).

    Eastview Mall is the market’s preferred fashion destination, featuring unique retailers Lord & Taylor, Eddie Bauer Home, Cache, Arhaus Furniture and Ann Taylor. The expansion will not only complement the existing tenant mix, but also the residual developments and add to the attractiveness of the Eastview shopping experience."  Google Map.  Eastview Shopping Center. 


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  • Victor New York Official Web Site.  "Whether you are visiting for the day, shopping at our many unique retail businesses or services, having a cup of coffee, or staying for lunch or dinner, you will find Victor is a great place to be.

    If you are moving into the Village or Town, you will find that we offer a combination of services, cultural and recreational activities, infrastructure and other quality amenities that will make your living experience enjoyable and special.

    The Village and Town were originally part of the Phelps and Gorham Purchase of 1788. The Town of Victor was set aside from the Town of Bloomfield in 1812 as an act of the New York State Legislature. A six mile square piece of land was bought from this very large tract of land by Enos Boughton for 20 cents an acre, also in 1788.
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