Group 14621
Owner State of New York Established 1834
Purpose Neighborhood
Status Inhabited

Group 14621 is a large neighborhood in the northeast quadrant of Rochester that remains largely populated in spite of the financial collapse following the war. Bounded by the river on the west, it is primarily contained between Clifford Ave., North Goodman Street, and Ridge Road, with the exception of a long tendril that runs along the Genesee River all the way to Lake Ontario. This tendril contains Seneca Park, known for its spectacular river gorge, as well as the Seneca Park Zoo. Often described as a "mosaic," Group 14621 is famous for its racial and cultural diversity, and includes the International Square plaza and La Avenida, a stretch of North Clinton that forms the backbone of the city's largest Latinx settlement. Although nice pockets exist, large portions of Group 14621 continue to struggle. Some of its streets are even considered among the most dangerous in Rochester.

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