483 Main Street Project Moving Forward

The redevelopment plans for the Hudson building will be reviewed by the Buffalo Preservation Board today. Located at 483 Main Street and adjacent to Martin Group’s recently-opened new headquarters, the Hudson building had been known as the long-time home of the Christian Science Room. Rebecca and Pete McCauley’s 483 Main Street LLC purchased the property last for $230,000. The plan is to turn the building into a mix of commercial and residential space.

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ULI Event to Focus on West Side’s Multi-Cultural Community

An event to look at the multiple perspectives of community revitalization on the West Side of Buffalo will be hosted by the Urban Land Institute Western New York , on May 28 from 5 until 8 PM. It will also include the personal story of a Rwandan immigrant and business owner, Louise Sano.

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NCIDA to review 3 projects worth $7.5M

The Niagara County Industrial Development Agency will review three projects, including an adaptive re-use of a former Village of Lewiston assisted living facility this week.

The agency’s directors are expected to review and likely to accept applications from the three respective projects on Wednesday. A full hearing and board vote on each will take place in June.

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First Niagara invests another $500K into medical campus

There are four partner organizations identified by First Niagara Financial Group to administer $400,000 for start-up business and community redevelopment initiatives on or near the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. There is still another $100,000 available in funding.

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Buffalo seeks grant for Main Street construction

Buffalo’s request to secure federal transportation funds for the next phase of the “Cars Sharing Main Street” initiative has landed a major supporter in Washington.

On Monday morning, Sen. Charles Schumer said he will use his clout to help sway the federal Department of Transportation to release $28 million being sought locally for the “Cars Sharing Main Street” construction project.

Schumer said “I’m am going to push very hard.”

A formal request to the...

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PricewaterhouseCoopers moving office out of tower

The year-long search for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP’s new downtown office space has finally ended by agreeing to a long term lease in the Larkin at Exchange Building.

One Seneca Tower will lose one of its few remaining tenants this coming July as PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP will start to move out. They have been a tenant on One Seneca for decades.

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