The state Board for Historic Preservation has recommended adding four Western New York properties to both the State and National Registers of Historic Places.
- Ingleside Home in Buffalo, a 1929 Colonial Revival building where social and psychological counseling services and health care was provided to women until 1976.
- Niagara Machine & Tool Works Factory in Buffalo, a 1910 manufacturing building that is one of the oldest of such facilities built in Buffalo during the 20th century. Also formerly home to Otis Elevator and Curtiss Wright - although that history was not part of the nomination - it's part of the Northland Corridor light-industrial hub now being redeveloped.
- The Westminster House Club House, a 1909 Buffalo building that is one of the only remaining structures associated with the Settlement House Movement.
- The West End Historic District in Springville, a collection of residential and religious architecture developed after the 1878 opening of the Springville & Sardinia railroad.