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Resurgence Brewing Co., the popular West Side micro-beermaker that helped transform part of Niagara Street, will anchor the redeveloped Cooperage complex near Ohio Street along the Buffalo River. Resurgence will occupy 25,000 square feet as the lead tenant for the $7 million project at 55-59 Chicago St., said Tom Fox, director of development or Ellicott Development Co. …

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Ellicott Development Co. has completed its purchase of the historic Cooperage property near Ohio Street, setting the stage for its $7 million redevelopment project to begin. The developer, owned by Carl and William Paladino, paid $526,100 through Cooperage LLC to Clinton Brown's Newark Niagara to buy the vacant and derelict complex at 55-59 Chicago St. Plans now call…

Buffalo

The Buffalo Planning Board Tuesday evening agreed to take the lead in state-mandated environmental reviews for a proposed Ciminelli Real Estate Corp. condominium and townhouse project at 240-260 Lakefront Blvd. and for Ellicott Development Co.'s proposed redevelopment of the facility at 55-59 Chicago St., known as the Cooperage. Ciminelli plans to construct seven townho…

Buffalo

After more than a year of study and evaluation, William Paladino's Ellicott Development Co. finally has a plan about what to do with the historic Cooperage property near Ohio Street. And it's going to involve beer, spirits and a rock climbing wall. The Buffalo-based developer is seeking to acquire the vacant and deteriorating former manufacturing property at 55-59 Ch…