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A year after completing its purchase of 20 acres of prime land at the intersection of Elmwood and Hertel avenues, Uniland Development Co. is now coming forward with its first proposed new building in the North Buffalo commercial district. The Amherst-based developer, led by the Montante family, wants to convert an abandoned warehouse on the northwest corner of the inter…

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Just when Anthony LoRusso thought he was done with city approvals for his Campus West project, here comes another one. LoRusso, whose Campus West housing project is under construction, is coming back to the city's Zoning Board of Appeals next week for a pair of variances from the Green Code. The project at 129 West Ave. had already been approved – including with vari…

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Almost two months after neighborhood resistance prompted it to pull back on its plan for a new day care and medical clinic on Riley Street, the Community Action Organization is back with the same proposal – but in a different location. This time, the nonprofit wants to put it exactly where local residents told them to. https://buffalonews.com/2018/07/30/community-act…

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A new sign of progress is coming to downtown Buffalo – literally. Road Less Traveled Productions seeks to install a giant new marquee sign on the front of its new home, in the former Baker Shoes Building, located at 456 Main St. The local theater company says it needs the increased visibility offered by the large banner because the facade of the building is otherwise…