Come make yourself comfortable at our architecturally trailblazing principal office location hidden away on Troup Street in the historic Corn Hill neighborhood adjoining Center City Rochester! Two 1800’s single houses originally stood at this site and faced east on South Washington Street. During Corn Hill’s urban renewal project in the 1970’s, the homes were demolished. In 1983, the present building, divided into two units (102 and 104 Troup Street), was built facing south on Troup Street. The edifice was designed by local architect, John Pagen, a resident of Corn Hill. Another Corn Hill resident, Al Rayburn, built the structure as a labor of love with the artisans who worked with him. Both components include contemporary layouts, 10 foot ceilings, expansive floor plans and magnificent windows. Steinbrenner Law Offices purchased this property in 2008 and worked with another Corn Hill resident, Anita Hansen, a local interior designer. The entire interior of the office was revamped and repainted and extensive artwork added to each level.