"We gave no notice to anybody. We just want to work out a couple of kinks and some (technology) issues we had," owner Stuart Green said.
The shooting outside the downtown restaurant happened at about 12:30 a.m. Sunday.
Developer Douglas Jemal confirmed that he has a signed contract to purchase the Simon Electric Co. properties in downtown Buffalo.
Braymiller Market, downtown Buffalo's first grocery store focused on fresh produce, is expected to open in less than two months across from th…
The city is also working to finalize plans for similar work in another section of downtown, dubbed the Ellicott Street Node.
Built in 1913 as a warehouse for Seneca Paper Co., the building was later used by the J.N. Adam Co. and then AM&A's Department Store, as well as other businesses.
Ronald G. Giza, treasurer of Local 1342, said the union aims to avoid repeating the eight years of negotiations needed for its last contract, settled in 2017.
Frank Chinnici’s Legacy Development has completed its $2.7 million purchase of six properties in downtown Buffalo from a downstate landlord, who had allowed one of his buildings to deteriorate to the point that it had to be torn down in an emergency demolition last fall. Legacy on Wednesday closed on the purchase of the “Adler Portfolio,” which it termed
Four months ago, the owner of a significant chunk of downtown Buffalo real estate put his 1.8 acres of land up for auction in a bid to cash in on rising property values in the city’s core. Bert Simon, owner of Simon Electric Co., had hired CBRE-Buffalo to market the commercial real estate portfolio in the central business district,
A significant chunk of downtown real estate – totaling 1.8 acres of land – is going up for
Located in an old warehouse that Uniland acquired at 505 Ellicott St., the rehabbed two-story facility will offer “flexible and on-demand workspace” for small
Imagine a whole new look for Ellicott Street – one that’s enticing and inviting from the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus to Sahlen
The state Department of Environmental Conservation is asking for public comments on proposed brownfield cleanup plans for two pending development projects, one on the West Side and one in downtown Buffalo. Ciminelli Real Estate Corp. has proposed construction of an 18-story apartment, office and retail complex on a 2.5-acre site at 201 Ellicott St., between the Buffalo & Erie