The nonprofit agency that owns the Michigan Street Baptist Church is pursuing a series of critical structural repairs.
The city is asking the Common Council this week to amend that grant disbursement agreement to substitute Douglas Jemal's company for Mark Croce's.
The listing by Howard Hanna Commercial Real Estate for $495,000 – $10 per square foot – has already drawn attention.
Four local nonprofit organizations will share more than $1.5 million in Empire State Development grants to support workforce training.
Eastman plans to construct a 7,400-square-foot addition to its 130,000-square-foot headquarters and operations facility at 775 and 779 Washington St.
Buffalo Urban Development Corp.'s board appointed an all-woman leadership team to lead the economic development agency.
The state still hasn't legalized recreational use of marijuana, but developers still are planning to build a cannabis complex next to the Buffalo waterfront, not far from a proposed solar farm.
A would-be airplane manufacturer from California with no known track record wants to spend $26 million to make Niagara County his company's base of operations.
State Supreme Court Justice Emilio Colaiacovo granted Lasertron a preliminary injunction to keep authorities from enforcing the order to close the laser-tag center.
An adult education program for East Side commercial building owners is taking applications for its tuition-free classes.
The new occupants will complete the complex at 683 Northland Ave.
The deal, which was approved earlier this month by the city and its Olean Urban Renewal Agency, has been more than two years in the making.
City officials said the half-acre Fillmore property will be a catalyst for redevelopment efforts in the area.
Professor Emeritus Rossman F. Giese Jr., a 50-year member of the Department of Geological Studies at the University at Buffalo, died in his East Aurora home on Aug. 1, 2020.
The Central Terminal in Buffalo is starting the first of its repair work on the historic East Side complex, in preparation for long-term plans to create a year-round event venue. The Central Terminal Restoration Corp. is embarking on initial but critical repairs to the enormous former train station at 495 Paderewski Drive, focusing at first on replacing nearly all
The Michigan Street Baptist Church, one of the anchors of the African-American Heritage Corridor, is poised to get some much-needed renovations. Empire State Development Corp., the state’s economic development arm, last week approved a grant of up to $900,000 to the Buffalo Niagara Freedom Station Coalition, which was formed in 2001 to protect and promote Buffalo’s oldest African-American church.
Empire State Development Corp. on Friday kicked off a $12 million initiative to train, attract and retain technology workers. The new Buffalo-Niagara Talent Initiative is designed to build up the region’s pool of tech workers using a three-pronged approach. The state is committing $8 million in funding, while seeking additional money from foundations and the private sector. The plan
An $84 million new economic development project in South Buffalo could result from a Canadian medical device manufacturer creating significantly more jobs than state officials announced on Thursday. Gregg Gellman, the new CEO of Thinking Robot Studios, said the planned new project at the Buffalo Lakeside Commerce Park will create “well over” the 88 jobs initially listed in Thursday’s
State and local economic development officials are working to land an unidentified European manufacturer that is considering New York and several other states among its options for an expansion project. Invest Buffalo Niagara – formerly Buffalo Niagara Enterprise – is reaching out to local developers to identify potential industrial real estate options for the company, which has been dubbed
A couple of years ago, Amanda Mays welcomed a chance to return to the Buffalo area and work with Empire State Development. Now she has been named the agency’s regional director, making her the state’s top economic development official in Western New York. Mays, 34, worked for the past two years as a senior project manager for Empire State Development, handling several Buffalo Billion projects totaling
An Allegany County farm that provides “sustainable” and “responsibly cultivated” produce for retail and food-service customers is expanding its operation with five new greenhouses and several specialty crops in exchange for $100,000 in state Excelsior Jobs tax credits for 11 new jobs. Fulmer Valley Farms in Andover will invest $1.19 million in the expansion, which includes the “controlled-environment” greenhouses
The Maryland-based company is looking to more than double its workforce in the Larkin Center of
The closing of the Huntley Power Plant is threatening to put a plug on 19 million gallons of “raw” water that several local industries get every day. For nearly a century, the coal-fueled Huntley Power Plant generated electrical power and provided the untreated water from the river to neighboring manufacturers like PeroxyChem, tire maker Sumitomo and 3M O-Cell-Sponge for free or