Four local nonprofit organizations will share more than $1.5 million in Empire State Development grants to support workforce training.
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
Four East Side neighborhoods are getting cash from the state to help small businesses there spruce up. Empire State Development Corp. has approved $2 million in funding for Buffalo’s new East Side Commercial District Program, to support building renovations for small businesses in four business districts. The funding, which is part of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s previously announced $50 million
It’s on to Phase Two of the state’s sprawling Northland Corridor project. With work nearly complete on the new Northland Workforce Training Center, the Buffalo Urban Development Corp. has approved a new $33.46 million construction contract to prepare the rest of the complex for housing Buffalo Manufacturing Works’ expanded operation. The quasi-city agency backed the new agreement with Gilbane