Share this article

print logo
Buffalo

After decades of neglect, more than $250 million in redevelopment projects are underway on Buffalo's East Side, with more planned or in the works. From a smattering of projects along a big stretch of Jefferson Avenue to a couple of large ventures along Broadway and Fillmore Avenue, developers, businesses and government agencies are investing significant money in neighbo…

Buffalo

It's been open for less than four months, but the Western New York Workforce Training Center is already expanding. The light-industrial training facility that opened in September on Buffalo's East Side plans to add more space at its current site to accommodate its two-year electrical program, taught by Erie Community College and Alfred State College. It currently has…

Buffalo

The Buffalo Urban Development Corp. on Tuesday approved two additional contracts for the second phase of the Northland Corridor build-out project for Buffalo Manufacturing Works, while also extending its own lease for shared space with the Erie County Industrial Development Agency. BUDC's board backed the hiring of C.J. Brown Energy for commissioning services to ensure …

Buffalo

Welders, sheet metal workers, machinists and other skilled mechanical trades won't be the only people getting sophisticated training at the city's Northland Corridor. They'll be joined by theatrical and movie stagehands. Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown said Tuesday that the city has signed an agreement with the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Local …

Business

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 …