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Peek 'n Peak, Stereo Advantage site and Glen Campbell used-car lot sold, Rebates offered on high-efficiency appliances

From Business Today:


The bankrupt Peek 'n Peak Ski and Golf Resort will soon have a new owner. The Clymer leisure resort is being sold for $11.3 million in a bankruptcy court auction in Cleveland today. Scott's Development Co. had the high bid. It is run by the same people who own Erie, Pa.-based Scott Enterprises, which built Staybridge Suites on Sheridan Drive and Transit Road in Clarence. In 2008, it built the area's first Quaker Steak and Lube restaurant on Transit Road in Lancaster.


Stereo Advantage is moving. Developer Carl Paladino is buying the store's site at 5195 Main St., but the sale won't close until after the new year so that the Williamsville electronics dealer can finish out the Christmas season. Stereo Advantage will move across the street to the Walker Center. Paladino doesn't know what he'll do with the space yet, but it is in a prime location in Amherst on the edge of Williamsville. 


There is another incentive program in the works to get consumers to buy more energy efficient appliances. The New York state Energy Research and Development Authority is offering $3 million in rebates to consumers who buy high-efficiency refrigerators and washing machines under the "Buy Green, Save Green NYS High-Efficiency Appliance Rebate Program." Consumers will receive a $350 rebate when they purchase a qualifying refrigerator and $250 for a qualifying washer. Unlike last year's Great Appliance Swap-Out, there are no additional rebates when old appliances are recyled.

Benderson Development has acquired 5205 Transit Road in Clarence, next to its Eastgate Plaza retail mall. The Developer bought the site for $865,000 from an affiliate of Glen Campbell Chevrolet. It's the former site of a Swiss Chalet restaurant and is now home to a Glen Campbell dealership. Benderson plans to integrate it into the adjacent shopping center.

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