Four Buffalo area properties have been recommended for the state and national registers of historic places. The sites are:
The Ingleside Home in Buffalo. It was built in 1929 and was designed to provide social and psychological services for women in need.
Niagara Machine & Tool Works, Factory in Buffalo. The 1910 factory is one of the oldest tool and manufacturing facilities in Buffalo.
Westminster House Club House in Buffalo. The be 1909 building is one of the only remaining building associated with the Settlement House Movement.
The West End Historical District in Springville. The intact enclave of residential and religious architecture grew west of the village center during the 19th and 20 centuries, spurred by the opening in 1878 of the Springville & Sardinia Railroad