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The cost of repairing a design flaw in the heating system at the new Northland Workforce Training Center is now approaching $150,000 – and counting. The Buffalo Urban Development Corp., which owns and manages the facility at 683 Northland Ave., approved a second contract on Tuesday to fix the faulty HVAC system, this time to replace the exhaust ductwork that isn't large…

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As work continues on the new home of Buffalo Manufacturing Works next to the Northland Workforce Training Center, officials with the agency that owns that facility are turning their attention to a pair of nearby buildings in the same light-industrial complex. Citing the dearth of manufacturing and warehouse space available in the area, the Buffalo Urban Development Corp…

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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 …

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Efforts to complete the second half of a major Northland Corridor project took a step forward when the Erie County Industrial Development Agency approved a package of tax breaks for the renovation, upgrading and equipping of the building. ECIDA gave its assent to $1.94 million in additional sales tax savings, on top of $2.32 million it already granted for the first phas…

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The Buffalo Urban Development Corp. will borrow 50 percent more from a lender than it had originally planned for its renovation of a Northland Avenue manufacturing building as part of a state-supported, light-industrial hub. BUDC is converting the 242,000-square-foot complex at 683 Northland into the central piece of the Buffalo Billion-funded project, designed to draw …

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If you like circular reasoning, here's a transaction for you. Buffalo Manufacturing Works, the nonprofit advisory organization that helps small and mid-sized businesses use technology to improve manufacturing operations, will be moving from its current location on Main Street to 683 Northland Ave., where it will be the second anchor tenant alongside the new Western New …