The Florida-based developer, which owns the Sheridan-Delaware Plaza at 1692-1752 Sheridan Drive, is transforming the vacant 93,861-square-foot store building into 62,782 square feet of medical offices, plus additional retail spaces.
"Let me hurry to recount my memories of Northtown Plaza before they forever fade," writes Gladys Gifford.
Our championship gear is much more difficult to come by than it was back in the days of Kelly, Bruce, Andre and Thurman, writes Steve Cichon.
From 1969 to 1980, Mr. Alford was vice president of operations for AM&A's, guiding the department store through its expansion heyday.
The $50 million project entails 49 apartment units on the top six floors, with 13,000 square feet of retail space and 85,000 square feet of offices below that.
Main at Kenmore was the end of the line for Buffalo’s Main Street streetcars until 1941, when the land was sold to the developers of University Plaza.
Work is finally underway on repairs to the utility vault underneath Washington Street in front of the former AM&A's department store, pote…
Brothers Robert Borthwick Adam and James Noble Adam will forever be connected to an important part of Buffalo retail history.