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Job losses are mounting locally, as two companies have cut 43 positions in recent days, although for different reasons – one because of Covid-19 and one for other economic conditions. Uniland Development Co.’s Embassy Suites Hotel has laid off 22 employees as a result of a big drop in business stemming from the coronavirus pandemic. The 153-room hotel in

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Poor soil conditions and funding problems could delay plans for a proposed logistics hub in South Buffalo that would be tied in with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, stalling plans by Uniland Development Co. to purchase property for the project. Amherst-based Uniland Development Co. is working with the Buffalo Niagara International Trade Gateway Organization to

Citigroup has completed its  purchase of one of its two office buildings at the CrossPoint Business Park in Getzville, cementing its presence in Western New York with a $52.8 million investment. The New York City-based banking company – the nation’s third-largest – acquired 580 and 562 CrossPoint Parkway from affiliates of Uniland Development Co. The deal – which was

Citigroup has agreed to pay more than $52 million for the building housing its operations center in Getzville from Uniland Development Co. Citigroup Technology, a division of New York City-based Citi, has agreed to buy its 158,000-square-foot building at 580 Crosspoint Parkway from Uniland, along with about 9 acres of adjacent land, according to the bank and Amherst Industrial

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Two major Western New York developers that won approval for projects earlier this year have now tweaked them to address concerns that had been raised by critics. Ciminelli Real Estate Corp. had received clearance from the city in May to proceed with its affordable housing and urban market at 201 Ellicott St. The project, consisting primarily of a five-story

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Two proposed medical buildings on Elmwood Avenue in North Buffalo received zoning variances from the Green Code this week, advancing projects by Uniland Development Co. and Caliber Brokerage. The Zoning Board of Appeals approved requests related to front setback and parking for Uniland’s plan to convert an abandoned one-story warehouse at 766 Hertel, by rehabbing the existing building, constructing

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A year after completing its purchase of 20 acres of prime land at the intersection of Elmwood and Hertel avenues, Uniland Development Co. is now coming forward with its first proposed new building in the North Buffalo commercial district. The Amherst-based developer, led by the Montante family, wants to convert an abandoned warehouse on the northwest corner of the

Uniland Development Co. is moving forward with its plan to nearly double the size of an existing one-story building on Ellicott Street and create a new high-tech facility in downtown Buffalo – even with no tenants lined up yet. But first it needs to finalize the financing, including assistance from the Erie County Industrial Development Agency. The Amherst-based developer

Uniland Development Co. has sold a single-story medical office building on Main Street in Amherst to a Buffalo investor. Kevin M. Prise’s Esprit Enterprise LLC paid $1.16 million on Friday to buy the 8,661-square-foot building at 6044 Main from the Amherst-based developer. Esprit is registered to the address of Prise’s Buffalo Basic Ingredients, which operates a bakery supplies cash-and-carry

Two big development projects at Gates Circle and Waterfront Village received key variances from the Buffalo Zoning Board of Appeals, enabling them to proceed toward final approval, but a third one in the Elmwood Village was shot down amid neighborhood and political opposition. The board backed variance requests for townhouse projects by Uniland Development Co. on the Park Lane

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