Brad Termini's Zephyr Partners wants to construct a sprawling complex for marijuana cultivation and manufacturing, using 72.4 acres of vacant land in the Buffalo Lakeside Commerce Park
With one of the nation's most watched local elections less than two weeks away, on the day before early voting was set to begin, the two people who want to lead Buffalo as the city's mayor for the next four years continued to highlight their differences and gather support they hope will carry them to victory.
"This is the time to do it. We always think small, instead of thinking big. Now we have an opportunity, and we’re cheaping out," Termini said.
A city manager form of governance would not eliminate the mayor. Instead, the mayor would become part of the Council as an equal voice.
Would you like to be a passenger onboard an airplane being flown by a new pilot doing a first flight with passengers onboard? Would you like t…
India Walton is an intelligent, passionate individual who cares deeply about her constituency. Unfortunately, her constituency resides in only…
The fight over the future of the former Voelker's Bowling Center in North Buffalo boiled over this week, after its owner took down signs and b…
"We couldn't be happier to see that the Marilla Street Landfill site will now be home to a community solar and clean energy development," said Andrew Day, managing partner at Source Renewables, calling the golf course venture "dead."
As the founder of the Fruit Belt McCarley/Gardens Housing Task Force, again we have been put in a position to defend our community.
Amid the national attention Buffalo's mayoral race has drawn, one group has been mostly silent.
Douglas Jemal wants to put up a five-level parking ramp with four floors of apartments above it on a city-owned parking lot at 61 Terrace St.
Concerts at the Outer Harbor divides supporters and foes of a state agency's proposal to transform a derelict former port warehouse into an open-air pavilion.
The Planning Board's approval marks a major change for the vacant building, a longtime eyesore on the Lake Erie waterfront pier that has defied years of efforts to rethink how it can be used.
Plans call for the branch to occupy a small, unused portion of the YMCA lobby, while an ATM kiosk for customer transactions outside of normal hours would be installed on the northern side of the existing loop driveway.
Washington developer Douglas Jemal is now seeking city approvals for his ambitious plan to construct a new nine-story building with parking and apartments, on a vacant, city-owned lot surrounded by the Skyway loop.
It's been 21 years in the making but a historic former Black Rock malt house is ready for new life – as apartments.
The McCarley Gardens plan represents a major increase in the amount of affordable housing in the area that bridges downtown Buffalo and the East Side.
Three months after getting a special-use permit to create an amphitheater on the Lake Erie waterfront, the state agency responsible for development of Canalside and the Outer Harbor is coming back to the Common Council and city Planning Board for reapproval.
During the primary campaign, Walton emphasized her opposition to the speed zone cameras, contrasting her position with Mayor Bryon Brown's support for the program.
Council members want a system set up to monitor progress on the projects, including receiving copies of requests for proposals before they are issued by the city.
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Has anything been presented to the Common Council to do something about the continuous, window rattling, noise pollution that permeates our ne…
Timothy LeBoeuf's Symphony Property Management had planned to already be in construction by now on the Lawrence, a new 133-unit market-rate apartment building that would front on both Michigan Avenue and Maple Street.
"Neither Mayor Byron W. Brown nor the Common Council has carved out the time to draw ideas, dreams, visions or concepts from community members," writes Micaela Shapiro-Shellaby.