New Era Cap. Co. and other members of business community are stepping up with financial assistance totaling at least $900,000 to help the families of the 10 victims of Saturday's mass shooting at the Tops Markets store on Jefferson Avenue.
I can truly appreciate Douglas Jemal’s enthusiasm and pride in helping build up Buffalo through all the properties he has purchased and refurb…
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The project isn't dead because the rejection was done in a way that allows Jemal to come back later with a revised proposal.
The Washington developer said specifics are still in flux, and a project may still be a couple of years away, especially given construction delays.
Kudos to Douglas Jemal for seeing through all the media/social media hype. He’s done many good things for this community, but his support of t…
After making two bids for the Buffalo Niagara Marriott hotel at a foreclosure auction at Erie County Hall, Jemal backed away and allowed the lender to take possession of the 10-story Amherst hotel rather than bid any higher than $15.5 million.
The Buffalo Urban Development Corp., which is leading the redevelopment of the former LaSalle Park into Centennial Park, received an award of $960,000 from the MLB Youth Development Foundation.
Jemal is eyeing one potential tenant in particular – Top Seedz, the grand-prize winner in last year's 43North business competition.
"My objective is to make it interactive, with people walking around, living downtown, shopping, drinking and it’s working," Jemal says.
Iskalo officials met with Douglas Jemal and his architects from Antunovich Associates, "to talk about how our assemblage could relate to his, how you could do a project that feeds off each other," said Iskalo Executive Vice President David Chiazza.
The Washington, D.C.-based developer is buying a 32,698-square-foot warehouse at 368 Sycamore St. – his first purchase in that part of the city.
Jemal plans to put up a nine-story building inside the 110-space "doughnut" parking lot, next to his Seneca One tower and Pearl Street Grill & Brewery.
Jemal – who is spending more than $150 million on the redevelopment of the tower complex – has asked the city to transfer ownership of the 457-space interior garage at Seneca One to Jemal's Seneca LLC.
Jemal is buying the four-story mixed-use building at 529 Main from James T. Sandoro, the owner of the Buffalo Pierce-Arrow Transportation Museum.
There's a traditional stampede of politicians locally and across the state to scratch each others’ backs at campaign time – but not this year.
Officials want to hear from the public about which of the remaining Mohawk Ramp proposals would be best for Buffalo.
As Douglas Development Corp. continues its parade of new projects in Buffalo, the Washington, D.C.-based firm owned by Douglas Jemal is still …
Buffalo's flagship downtown convention hotel is back in business, with a new owner – Douglas Jemal – preparing to take formal control.
The plan foresees the Central Terminal's future as a vibrant destination with economic and social benefits to the Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood and the wider East Side.
Jemal's approach retains and renovates the existing structures and streetscape instead of demolishing them.