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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…

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A prominent part of Mansion Row along Buffalo's Delaware Avenue has changed hands. Fourteen months after putting it up for sale, Computer Task Group has sold its secondary office building on Delaware to Ellicott Development Co.'s 4628 Group Inc. Ellicott, owned by Carl and William Paladino, paid $1.8 million on Friday to acquire the administrative facility at 685 and…

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Coming soon to a former urban hospital site near you: Elmwood Crossing. That's the name for the proposed redevelopment of the former Women & Children's Hospital of Buffalo into a residential and retail community straddling the Elmwood Village and Allentown. Overall, the project, expected to cost up to $110 million, will include: About 200 apartments, 40 to 5…

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Construction and development are expected to continue at a frenetic pace in Buffalo in 2018, as attention shifts from the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus to several major projects in downtown Buffalo and Elmwood Village, along with a host of smaller efforts in various parts of the city. Here’s a look at what’s coming this year: • One Seneca Tower: Washington developer…

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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…

Take a look back at the crazy year that was 2017... Click the image to view larger, and make sure to keep an eye out for a larger photo gallery of my 2017 work on the home page of The Buffalo News. Cheers to another year down the rabbit hole!