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From: The Buffalo News “A large, upscale student housing project planned for a site near the University at Buffalo North Campus in Amherst moved one step closer to reality Thursday night as the town Planning Board recommended two key approvals for the development. Core Spaces, a major out-of-town developer of student housing, proposes building a… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “The Buffalo Planning Board on Monday gave a conditional approval to a request by the owner of Queen City Landing on the Outer Harbor to divide the 20-acre peninsula property into two parcels, creating the possibility of future construction on the western portion. Gerald Buchheit wanted to split the property at… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “Northtown Automotive Cos. plans to convert a synagogue on Getzville Road in Amherst into administrative offices and an employee training center and to lease 300 parking spaces at the site to the nearby Dent Neurologic Institute. The auto dealership revealed new details about its initial redevelopment plans for the property as… Read more »

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From: East Aurora Bee “Final plans for the Aurora Mills cluster subdivision will soon be on their way to the Town Planning Board, after Town Board members approved of the project’s layout at a work session on Tuesday. Patricia Bittar of William Schutt & Associates, the project’s civil engineer, told board members that while the… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “A Burger King restaurant near downtown Buffalo will get a whopper of a facelift. Syracuse-based Carrols Corp. is preparing to change the look of its longtime franchise location at 1358 Main St., near the intersection with West Utica Street. The company plans to renovate the facade of the 3,105-square-foot restaurant with… Read more »

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From: Niagara Frontier Publications “With little resistance from the public, trustees in the Village of Lewiston on Monday unanimously approved James Jerge’s plan to build apartments on Fairchild Place and Onondaga streets. Jerge was granted permission to build a three-story, 24-unit, high-end residential building on Onondaga Street, and six connected, single-story, two-bedroom patio homes on… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “After six years of work, the era of the new Green Code has arrived in Buffalo. But its ultimate impact won’t be clear yet. The city’s revamped zoning and land-use rules could mean big changes in how real estate development gets done. After all, it’s the first comprehensive rewrite of an… Read more »

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From: Niagara Frontier Publications “The Village of Lewiston Planning Commission on Monday unanimously approved a second submission from Orchard Park developer James Jerge for his 765 Fairchild Place proposal, and members approved Ellicott Development CEO William Paladino’s exterior plan for his multiuse plaza. Jerge and Paladino were accompanied by engineer Christopher Wood, a partner with… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “A Utah developer of student housing plans to convert an industrial property on Main Street across from Hertel Avenue into a large apartment complex for graduate students. David Freeman’s DF Fusion Investments of Provo, Utah, wants to transform the multi-building manufacturing center currently owned and occupied by metal-finishing company Keystone Corp., creating a new… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “It could take three to five years for a Washington, D.C., developer to remake Buffalo’s tallest skyscraper from an empty office building into a tower full of apartments, hotel rooms and retail shops. But Douglas Jemal said he is so committed to remaking One Seneca Tower that he plans to move… Read more »