It's been 21 years in the making but a historic former Black Rock malt house is ready for new life – as apartments.
Renovating the historic single-family house on Franklin Street is more than Marc Antecki can handle on his own. "I think it can work, if some of us get together and help," he said. "It's doable."
Sinatra & Co. Real Estate wants to renovate a vacant "mid-century modern" building at 257 Elmwood, between Summer and North streets, into the Walcott Apartments.
The two-year project returns the park entryway to active use after more than 35 years of inaccessibility, while also creating an expansive 4,400-square-foot gallery.
The proposal was met with hardly a peep of opposition despite the developer's intention to demolish a small structure in back, and then nearly double the size of the entire project.
The next phase of work at Elmwood Crossing is poised to begin in just over a month.
The ramp is a critical element of the redevelopment. It sits directly across Hodge from the sprawling former Children's Hospital, which closed after Kaleida Health relocated it to the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.
The four projects would create over 250 new apartments in two former schools, a former grain silo warehouse and two of the Richardson-Olmsted Complex buildings.
The long-delayed conversion of the former Lincoln Academy building into affordable housing is finally coming back around.
The $5.5 million project would renovate the Holloway Stables building, consistent with standards set by the National Park Service and the State Historic Preservation Office.
Coming soon to a parking lot near downtown Buffalo: nine floors of affordable housing and a law office.
The two-story brick building will include one- and two-bedroom units, with the exact sizes and rents still to be determined, said McGuire President Danielle Shainbrown.
The units – located at 84, 88,90, 94, 96, 100 and 102 Florida – are expected to be finished and ready for occupancy by June 2021.
Three window bays on Northland Avenue. That's all that would remain of the former Otis Elevator Building at 777 Northland Ave.
Just two years after opening its Black Rock location, Thin Man Brewery is ready to expand, adding space to accommodate additional tanks and other production equipment.
Buffalonians know it best as one of the city's legendary old department stores, but the Hens & Kelly building downtown is poised to get a …
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 State Historic Preservation Office is updating its statewide preservation plan for the next five years, and is seeking public comment on the initial document. The Division for Historic Preservation within the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation released its draft scoping document, as well as a draft generic environmental impact statement. Both documents, as well as public
Developers Nick Sinatra and David Pawlik are hoping the Buffalo Planning Board will just “say yes” on Monday to their proposed nonprofit office hub on Jefferson Avenue. Sinatra’s Sinatra & Company Real Estate and Pawlik’s CSS Construction are seeking approval to erect a new 35,000-square-foot office building at 1200 Jefferson, aimed at attracting nonprofit tenants to the East Side.