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Old May 30th, 2013, 11:02 PM   #21
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Uniland planning a tech office space conversion at 505 Ellicott St.
Est. $5,000,000 conversion of nondescript building.




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Old June 7th, 2013, 08:04 PM   #22
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Projects keep coming




"Greenleaf & Company is planning to redevelop the City-owned building by combining it with Greenleaf's three story building at 916 Main Street to create apartments on the upper floors along with first floor commercial space. The developer is working with Carmina Wood Morris on the reuse plan.

Work on Greenleaf's 916 Main Street is expected to start this summer and the two-building, mixed-use project is scheduled to be completed next May."

http://www.buffalorising.com/2013/06...xt-spring.html
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Old June 13th, 2013, 05:07 AM   #23
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Buffalo River Fest Park Lodge - Under construction



141 Elm St. redevelopment


"Plans call for commercial space on the first floor and approximately 25 apartments on the upper floors. Work is expected to start shortly."


http://www.buffalorising.com/2013/06...lm-street.html
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Old June 16th, 2013, 11:45 PM   #24
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Tappo to open June 17

"The new wave of restaurant openings in downtown Buffalo will continue on June 17 when developer Rocco Termini and restaurateur Michael Andrzejewski unveil Tappo.

Tappo, an Italian-themed restaurant, will open its doors on Ellicott Street in the former Horton Coffee Co. building, a block from the Electric Tower.

Tappo will be open for both lunches and dinners.

The restaurant seats 180 inside and another 50 on its roof."
http://www.bizjournals.com/buffalo/n...n-june-17.html

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Old July 26th, 2013, 04:57 AM   #25
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HarborCenter work in full swing:

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Well unfortunately the third crane was down by the time I got down there today, but here are some pics anyway.

HARBORcenter, Buffalo NY:

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East Canal:

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Donovan/East Canal:

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Aud Block Canals:

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CanalSide taking shape!

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Old August 31st, 2013, 09:17 PM   #26
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Rendering for Uniland's 12 story tower at 250 Delaware revealed:


http://buffalorising.com/2013/08/uni...ith-neighbors/


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Old August 31st, 2013, 09:27 PM   #27
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View towards Harborcenter site 8.15

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Fruit Belt Townhomes



St. John Community Development Corporation’s second set of townhomes is underway in the Fruit Belt neighborhood. Forty-nine, two to four-bedroom residences are being built on 17 scattered sites in the neighborhood just east of the Medical Campus at a cost of $15.3 million. The buildings have been designed to complement the 28 townhouses units St. John CDC built five years ago with predominantly brick front facades, siding, cedar shingle accenting and full-front porches.

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Old September 21st, 2013, 06:23 AM   #29
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Harborcenter


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On Saturday, September 28 the public is invited to join the Richardson Olmsted Complex at the “South Lawn Celebration,” to commemorate the unveiling of the new landscape between the Richardson Olmsted Complex and Forest Avenue and the transformation of the historic buildings and grounds.

The nine‐acre South Lawn was created by replacing two large parking lots with a historically and ecologically sensitive Olmstedian landscape and drive, transforming the South Lawn into a welcoming green space for gathering and recreation.

http://buffalorising.com/2013/09/sou...n-celebration/



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Old December 12th, 2013, 05:53 AM   #31
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Harbor Center - November


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Coventus Health Adds Additional Floor



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Old December 17th, 2013, 01:32 AM   #33
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Old December 21st, 2013, 09:56 AM   #34
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RiverWorks wins key approval, over industry objections



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A plan to remake an inactive grain elevator site on the Buffalo River into an entertainment complex won approval from the Buffalo Planning Board on Tuesday over objections from several of the site’s industrial neighbors.

Representatives from General Mills, ADM, St. Mary’s Cement and Sonwil Distribution said development of Buffalo RiverWorks at 339-389 Ganson St. would negatively affect the safety of the public and their employees. The plan calls for a $15 million complex that includes bars and restaurants, a brewery, outdoor ice rinks and a performing arts space on the eight-acre Wheeler-GLF grain elevator site, near General Mills.

RiverWorks lawyer Laurence K. Rubin said the area is already zoned for such development. Planning Board members should not reject the project or declare the Kelly Island site “off-limits” to any other kind of uses, he said.
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Old December 21st, 2013, 11:57 PM   #35
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Nice to see Buffalo is booming. Is the city already reversed the population decline at this point?
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Nice to see Buffalo is booming. Is the city already reversed the population decline at this point?
Lol the City will never reverse its population decline, it is only 39 sq miles and with family sizes less than half of whgatvthey were 40 years ago there is simply not enough land in the city proper to ever again have 580,000. Census estimates do show the County piopulkation is up about 500 since 2010
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No, I meant the decline trend. Is the city gaining inhabitants at the moment? Of course Buffalo will never see the 580,000 again.

So Erie County gained population? First time since the late 1960's. That's huge.
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Growth in Buffalo is almost singularly tied to job creation so as long as new jobs are being created in the Buffalo area, there will be growth. Other metrics such as aging, birth rates and immigration remain poor.
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And what is leading this job creation? I mean, something different must be happening, after all it's the first time in five decades Buffalo/Erie is posting growth.

Are people and city/county officials aware of it? I mean, it must be great from a psychological point of view to have the decline reversed. Things like optimism, confidence play an important role in economic growth.
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No, I meant the decline trend. Is the city gaining inhabitants at the moment? Of course Buffalo will never see the 580,000 again.

So Erie County gained population? First time since the late 1960's. That's huge.
Actually it' s the first time since 1993. The estimate for 1993 was 4,000 more than 1990. Those gains were wiped out later in that decade
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