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Uniland Development Corp. is no longer working with Blue Cardinal Capital on its project at the Elmwood Avenue and Hertel Avenue intersection, although officials said the pair plan to collaborate again in the future. The developer and private real estate investment firm had teamed up in 2016 on a plan to redevelop the northwest and southwest corners of the intersection,…

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More than a decade after the former Park Lane Restaurant was closed and demolished to make room for a controversial condominium tower that was never built, the prominent site at Gates Circle may finally be redeveloped. And the homes proposed for the site could be built with such high-end amenities as personal elevators and could fetch more than $1 million apiece. Uni…

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Uniland Development Corp., one of the region's biggest commercial real estate firms, is negotiating with the owner of the Eastern Hills Mall about taking an investment stake in the Clarence retail center as part of a potential redevelopment. L. Robert Lieb, chairman and CEO of Mountain Development Corp., confirmed that his company is talking to the Amherst-based develop…

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Uniland Development Co. is seeking city permission to tear down a damaged 64-year-old warehouse on Hertel Avenue, just two months after demolishing a fire-ravaged structure around the corner on Elmwood Avenue. The Amherst-based developer is applying to the Buffalo Preservation Board for approval to "partially demolish or possibly entirely demolish" the 50,152-square-foo…

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A psychology practice that specializes in the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders has relocated its growing office to Uniland Development Corp.'s Sheridan Meadows South campus. Primary Counseling Services, owned by clinical therapists Elizabeth Borenzweig and Kathy Maiorana, will begin seeing patients Thursday at its new location at 6225 Sheridan Drive in Amhe…

A Cheektowaga-based debt-collections firm, whose principals include a longtime former banking executive, has acquired a mostly vacant office building in the Audubon Office Park in Amherst from Uniland Development Co. Daniel Mendez and other owners of Diverse Funding Associates paid $2.55 million last week to purchase the 25,332-square-foot building at 2351 North Forest …