At the Statler, Jemal plans a blend of banquet and event space, apartments, hotel rooms, shops and 700 interior parking spaces spread across five floors.
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
The Buffalo Urban Renewal Agency has also sold property or awarded exclusive development rights to campaign contributors without public bidding, though the Brown administration says campaign cash has nothing to do with getting city contracts.
The Buffalo News begins its endorsements in 2021 election campaigns today, focusing on the Amherst supervisor’s race and District 9 of the Eri…
Erie County Comptroller Stefan Mychajliw has been out making the rounds in the Town of Hamburg, where he is running for supervisor, forgoing a…
Jemal's $4.1 million offer beat out eight other local and out-of-town bidders for the historic downtown building.
As Douglas Development Corp. continues its parade of new projects in Buffalo, the Washington, D.C.-based firm owned by Douglas Jemal is still …
The Brown campaign raised $831,279 from 2,555 contributions from July 12 to Sept. 27.
After decades of neglect and several years of labor to restore the grandeur of the lower floors, the rest of the Statler is coming back – including part of it as a hotel.
The neon tango dancers will trip the light fantastic again in October on Elmwood Avenue.
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.
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.
Buffalo's flagship downtown convention hotel is back in business, with a new owner – Douglas Jemal – preparing to take formal control.
Over the past couple of years, at Seneca One tower, Tim Cox was at the heart of one of the most high-profile efforts in Buffalo history.
"It’s a 21st century solution to protecting Buffalo’s 19th century buildings: drones," writes The News' Editorial Board.
I went downtown on Aug. 6 to buy some Bison tickets. I then went across the street to check on the status of Seneca One. What a magnificent si…
New Americans don’t seem to mind a little rust.
Last month, board members and some neighbors balked at the appearance of the planned four-story rear apartment building at 976 Elmwood, with its large industrial-style windows on the upper floors.
At least now, there’s a figure to work with: A new report concludes that it will cost up to $297 million to restore the Central Terminal, Buff…
The Buffalo Planning Board has called a rare special meeting for August in order to push through three pending projects that received zoning variances at the end of July and need only site plan approval before they can break ground.
Amherst has slashed the assessment on the J.C. Penney store at the Boulevard Mall by 62.6% to settle a legal challenge.
So much for the Elmwood Village's four-story limit, at least in certain cases.
"So far, the presentations have been really interesting and innovative," BUDC President Brandye Merriweather said Tuesday. "We're off to a good start."