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A Mississippi-based nonprofit charity that specializes in nationwide disaster relief efforts will be leasing a former industrial manufacturing building on Buffalo's East Side as its new Northeast satellite facility. Eight Days of Hope, based in Tupelo, Miss., will occupy the 96,700-square-foot operation at 852 Kensington Ave., which was acquired in May by the William an…

Buffalo

The region's oldest and largest federally qualified health center has acquired one of Lifetime Health Medical Group's former facilities, which will become the new home of an enlarged women's medical practice. Neighborhood Health Center, based on Buffalo's West Side, paid $925,000 this week to acquire the former Lifetime center at 151 Elmview Drive in Hamburg. The 11,928…

Business

Amazon.com's lease for a Lancaster warehouse last year was the largest such contract handled by brokers in Western New York last year. The Seattle-based online retailer signed a long-term lease for the 500,000-square-foot facility at 4201 Walden Ave., valued at $20.34 million. The company maintains a "sortation" center at that location, its second such fulfillment opera…

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The brothers who own a pair of Olean-based contractors have acquired the former Orchard Park offices and training center for the local plumbers union, trading leased space for a building they now own. Mike and Dan DeRose paid $616,000 a week ago to buy the 16,700-square-foot building at 3651 California Drive from the United Association Plumbers & Steamfitters Local …