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A 37-year-old freight rail car manufacturer based in West Seneca wants to more than double the size of its facility, with help from the Erie County Industrial Development Agency. Ebenezer Railcar Services Inc. has applied for a package of tax breaks to support its $6 million expansion at 1005 Indian Church Road. The employee-owned company currently has a 67,462-square-f…

Buffalo

First Calvary Missionary Baptist Church wants to more than double the size of its William Street facility with a new multipurpose space and sanctuary for its growing attendance. It is seeking Buffalo Planning Board approval to convert the existing 10,000-square-foot brick church at 467 William into a "Family Life Center" to be used for events, youth church services and …

Buffalo

Western New York Maritime Charter School, fresh off moving its middle school to a new location in South Buffalo, is now planning a major expansion of that building to accommodate its high school and a new gymnasium. The nautically themed school worked with Ellicott Development Co. to purchase the former School No. 70, a two-story brick building at 102 Buffum St., just e…

Buffalo

The owner of the Signature Apparel & Footwear building is seeking to win final approval as soon as Monday to nearly double the size of the one-story retail building at the angled intersection of Walden and Bailey avenues. Ahmed F. Mohamed wants to construct a 5,720-square-foot addition to the building at 592 Walden, allowing for four more storefronts. The project, w…

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The Green Acres Animal Hospital will put its headquarters in the Town of Tonawanda, more than tripling the size of its current site at 2060 Niagara Falls Boulevard, from 4,500 square feet to 16,636 square feet. The Tonawanda Planning Board on Wednesday approved a two-story 12,136 square-foot addition to the current single-story site. Green Acres has three practices i…

A fast-growing Rochester-based marketing communications firm is expanding its downtown Buffalo presence with a new office on Delaware Avenue after outgrowing its initial location. Tipping Point Communications, a women-owned firm founded in 2005, entered the Buffalo market two years ago with an office at the Thomas R. Beecher Innovation Center. But it doubled its local r…