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Today, collecting a blood sample for testing typically requires a phlebotomist drawing blood from the patient with a needle at a lab or doctor's office, packing up and refrigerating the sample and shipping it overnight through the mail. Howard Lee, the founder of Seroclinix, said he's come up with a cheaper and easier way to obtain samples for testing. Patients using…

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Buffalo Sabres winger Matt Moulson has sold his house in Amherst for $1.12 million, five months after the team waived him. Moulson and his wife, Alicia, sold the home on Brice Landing Court to Dr. Nathaniel P. Billings, an emergency medicine specialist affiliated with Catholic Health System, and Dr. Alyssa Shon, an infectious disease and HIV specialist with Erie County …

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A Chicago-based asset-management company has paid $48.75 million for a 192-unit student housing complex in Amherst, according to public records. The development named Twenty91 North sits on 28 acres at 100-900 Herron Drive near Sweet Home Road. A limited liability company formed by two partners, Harrison Street Real Estate Capital and University Student Living, sold the…

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General Motors announced Monday its Tonawanda engine plant will build a new line of fuel-efficient engines for the 2019 Chevrolet Silverados. The new engines, with Dynamic Fuel Management, will be the most advanced V-8 engines in the brand's history, the car maker said. "We are extremely proud to have been chosen to continue to build 5.3Ls and 6.2Ls for General Motor…

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Transportation firm Roar Logistics would be the main tenant for a proposed new two-story office building on the edge of Larkinville – if the developers win city approvals and the company gets enough tax breaks from Erie County to move forward with its plan to create 14 new jobs. Christopher Jacobs of Avalon Development and Alan Dewart of Seneca Development & Managem…

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The state Department of Environmental Conservation is asking for public comments on proposed brownfield cleanup plans for two pending development projects, one on the West Side and one in downtown Buffalo. Ciminelli Real Estate Corp. has proposed construction of an 18-story apartment, office and retail complex on a 2.5-acre site at 201 Ellicott St., between the Buffalo …

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Following are real estate transactions over $5,000 as listed in records of the Erie County clerk’s office for the week ending April 13. ALDEN • 3121 Crittenden Road, Kelly S. Morse to American International Relocation Solutions, $254,900. • 3121 Crittenden Road, American International Relocation Solutions to Marc A. Crisci; Melissa A. Crisci, $254,900. AMHERST • 9…

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With all five commercial spaces leased and construction work proceeding on schedule, executives at Schneider Development are now hoping to get their new Shea's Seneca mixed-use complex opened and filled by September, even as they seek a tenant for the new Liberty Seneca across the street. Jake Schneider's company, which bought the historic former Shea's Seneca Theatre c…

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Western New York Maritime Charter School, fresh off moving its middle school to a new location in South Buffalo, is now planning a major expansion of that building to accommodate its high school and a new gymnasium. The nautically themed school worked with Ellicott Development Co. to purchase the former School No. 70, a two-story brick building at 102 Buffum St., just e…

Commercial air service may be returning to the Chautauqua County-Jamestown Airport if the federal Department of Transportation accepts a proposal submitted by on-demand airline Boutique Airways under the Essential Air Service (EAS) program. Rep. Tom Reed, R-N.Y., and Chautauqua County Executive George Borrello announced the plan Saturday. Southern Airways previously ser…

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Architect and developer Jake Schneider's real estate business is getting bigger. The owner of Schneider Development, Schneider Construction and Schneider Design Architects is launching a full-service real estate brokerage to leverage the services already offered by the affiliate companies. The new firm, called Schneider Real Estate Services, will offer third-party real …

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The Buffalo Niagara job market stayed strong in April. The region added 7,100 jobs over the past year – a 1.3 percent annualized growth rate – as hiring picked up in construction, business services and in education and health services, according to new data from the state Labor Department. The data shows that hiring has been robust by Buffalo Niagara standards si…

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One year after it rejected a student housing complex, the Amherst Town Board this week reconsidered and approved the contentious $50 million project. The board on Wednesday lifted the deed restrictions and issued the special-use permit allowing Core Campus to build the 154-unit, four-story building on 6.4 acres on North Forest Road near Bryant Woods South. Core Campus i…

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The group trying to bring a co-operative grocery store to Williamsville is launching its membership campaign Saturday at the farmers market in the village. Board members and other member-owners of the Village Co-op Market of Williamsville will be at the market every Saturday through Oct. 27 to answer questions about the planned co-op and to encourage people to join. …

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Lancaster developer Bill Severyn is revising his proposal for six new three-story attached town houses near Kleinhans Music Hall after neighbors rose up in opposition at a Zoning Board of Appeals public hearing. Severyn Development wants to construct the 12,000-square foot project on a vacant 0.18-acre lot at 390 Jersey St., at the corner of 14th Street. Each of the …