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TM Montante Development has completed its effort to clear a large pile of dirt and debris on the site of the former Millard Fillmore Hospital at Gates Circle. Dump trucks spent weeks loading and carting away more than 3,000 tons of crushed concrete from the site, fulfilling a promise made to residents, city officials and the leadership of Canterbury Woods, a senior hous…

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An Elmwood Village activist and frequent critic of development projects says the Gates Circle area isn't the blighted neighborhood that the city says it is, so he's suing to stop a developer from getting tax breaks on a major revitalization project there. Daniel Sack is suing the Buffalo Common Council in State Supreme Court, challenging its April 16 designation of the …

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Bright red dump trucks from a local construction company began loading and carting away more than 3,000 tons of crushed concrete from the former Millard Fillmore Gates Circle Hospital site Thursday, much to the relief and delight of both city leaders and neighbors. Over the next few weeks, crews from Michael Serafini Inc. will be working from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on w…

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Barbara Maynor loves almost everything about her new home, with one rather large exception: The 7,000 tons of dirt and crushed concrete on land behind the Canterbury Woods development at Gates Circle. Maynor and her husband were among the first to move into the senior community when it opened on Delaware Avenue more than a year ago. They say they love their new apart…

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Two Gates Circle-area development projects that received initial city approvals a year ago are now back for renewals after their original clearance expired, as TM Montante Development and Morgan Communities seek to pursue a 60-unit apartment building while the owner of Sutton Development wants to convert a large former home into a boutique 10-room hotel. Montante and Ro…