Empire Realty offers a sign improvement program in downtown Dansville


DANSVILLE – A real estate group in its hometown got a brand new brand during the holiday season.

Empire Realty Group has a hometown vibe panel that reminds everyone of the true meaning of community.

The sign reads “Let’s make Dansville Home Together” under the company name. Support for the panel came from the Livingston County IDA Panel and Facade Improvement Program.

“In the spring we applied and were honored to receive a grant from the Livingston County IDA Signage and Facade Program. It aims to improve our downtown areas, ”said Robbin Smith, Associate Real Estate Broker at Empire Realty Group. “Dieter Excavating removed the old panel (December 1) and Jeff Swift installed the new one (December 3). Swift Custom Metal and Kyle’s Metal Shop collaborated on the project.

Smith added that the company still has some lighting to do with the sign.

“It’s a great sign, and we’re so excited to have it. It’s very exciting to see the transformation of Dansville. Their participation (Swift and Kyle) in this community is unstoppable,” she said. . “We have a lot of interactions with other communities who are just amazed at how our community comes together. Through the good and the bad this community is truly amazing.

Empire Realty Group has the place vacation-ready with decorations lighting up the parking lot.

It gives the feeling of a small town vacation to see the work being done on the historic downtown area. Empire Realty Group is located at 2, rue Milton in Dansville.

The Sign and Facade Improvement Program is a grant program available to help commercial property owners or business owners make improvements to signs and facades and enhance the attractiveness of designated shopping districts in locations. villages in Livingston County (Avon, Caledonia, Dansville, Geneseo, Lima, Livonia, Mt. Morris and Nunda).

Improvements to signs and façades should follow the guidelines adopted for the design of the village to ensure compatibility with the existing main street, thereby helping to create a uniform and coordinated streetscape that is attractive and functional.

Eligible activities include a new sign, repair or replacement of an existing sign, installation of a new awning, repair or replacement of an existing awning, exterior painting, installation or replacement of exterior storefront, interior storefront lighting, cleaning and repointing of brick on the facade, repair or replacement of facade windows, or other activities upon approval.


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