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From: The Buffalo News “Greg Daniel will appear before the Clarence Town Board on Wednesday to present his plan for an equestrian community and ask the board to set a public hearing. The subdivision of upscale single-family homes off Newhouse Road, dubbed ‘Legacy Woods,’ would include a horse farm and riding trails as the centerpiece…. Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “The developer that plans to transform Amherst’s Northtown Plaza into a regional shopping and entertainment destination has started removing asbestos from the aging, largely vacant retail buildings that remain on the site. Massachusetts-based WS Development wants to start demolition on the old buildings and construction on the new buildings in the… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “A proposal to build 48 townhouses at the site of Average Joe’s tavern and an adjoining property on Sweet Home Road won a key approval Monday night from the Amherst Town Board. The board unanimously approved rezoning the entire 1.74-acre parcel at 2350 Sweet Home and a 5.8-acre portion of the… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “The Buffalo Planning Board on Tuesday approved a request by Utah developer to extend by six months the board’s July 2017 approval for a proposed $30 million student housing project. David Freeman’s DF Fusion Investments of Provo, Utah, plans to convert the former Keystone Corp. manufacturing complex at 2929-2939 Main St. into more… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “The developer behind the conversion of the former Schoellkopf Connector and Power House buildings into a new mixed-use complex now has a new goal: introduce soccer fields to the mix. Businessman Jon Williams is working to redevelop the 21.7-acre industrial site at the corner of Elk and Lee streets, near the… Read more »

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From: East Aurora Advertiser “East Aurora’s Planning Commission agreed to recommend the changes for a condominium plan along Hamlin Avenue. The proposal will now go before the Village Board for further discussion and review. The commission voted 5-0 to recommend the rezone of the land at 40 Buffalo Road from Residential-Commercial to Group/New Townhouse Residential…. Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “The current Amherst Town Board on Monday night put its final stamp on the Westwood project – less than three weeks before three new members join the board as of Jan. 1. The board voted unanimously to accept the findings statement of the environmental review of the project, which calls for… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “A developer has received approval to construct a mixed-used building of retail and apartments in East Amherst at a site that now hosts a small video business. Paul Bliss of Bliss Construction plans to tear down the ranch-style house now on the 2-acre property at 6790 Main St., at Tennyson Terrace… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “David Stapleton has been working for many years on a plan to put 92 townhouses on 14 acres of wooded property next to Veterans Memorial Park in the City of Tonawanda. He got approval earlier this year to purchase the land from the city for $160,000. About 30 residents attended a… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “The Amherst Planning Board on Thursday gave the go-ahead to Ciminelli Real Estate Corp.’s ambitious, $50 million proposal to build 133 single-family homes on its Muir Woods property in the town’s northwest corner. The Planning Board’s 5-1 vote to approve the developer’s site-plan application, and 4-2 vote that found the project… Read more »