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From: Buffalo Business First “A State Supreme Court judge has ruled against the Town of Amherst Industrial Development Agency in a dispute over refinancing with the developers of a former hotel property. State Supreme Court Justice John Michalski, in an Article 78 proceeding, ruled the Amherst IDA directors erred in March when they declined a… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “After weeks of public hearings and debate, the Buffalo Planning Board late Tuesday evening gave the green light to a proposal to build a 23-story apartment tower on Buffalo’s Outer Harbor. The surprise 5-1 vote, coming at the very end of a marathon four-hour meeting with over two dozen projects, marks… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “Two Canadian investors, who bought the former Bethlehem Presbyterian Church in November for $375,000, want to transform the two-story brick church into 12 condo units, bringing new life to the century-old building. They’ve submitted initial papers to the Buffalo Planning Board, with more pending. The project, dubbed Cornerstone Lofts, includes a mixture… Read more »

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In this article, Buffalo NY’s leading business publication, Buffalo Business First, interviews HSR’s principals and discussed the impact our firm has had on economic development and the business community in the region. Buffalo Business First – Developing a Niche – April 2015

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From: The Buffalo News “Now closed, East Aurora’s old Ice House on Elm Street appears abandoned and bedraggled – a lone American flag waving above its door and, at curbside, a neatly stacked pile of 14 rolled rugs. Its historic reputation as an ice house, dating to the late 1890s, holds its share of nostalgic… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “The bitter struggle over a proposed Canterbury Woods senior living facility at Gates Circle took a dramatic turn toward resolution over the weekend, after the nonprofit developer yielded to community pressure over the building’s design. Attention now shifts to the larger battle over the rest of the former hospital site. After… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “City planners heard initial presentations Monday on plans for new apartments in a former warehouse on Main Street and a former school on Hertel Avenue, as developers continue efforts to reuse older structures for residential living. Sinata & Company Real Estate and partner Sundra Ryce of SLR Contracting plan to convert… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “The Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus is moving forward with a project to alleviate the long-term parking stress around the complex and surrounding neighborhoods by replacing the aging Ellicott-Goodrich Garage with a much larger facility. The Buffalo Planning Board this week heard a preliminary plan to tear down the existing 900-space ramp… Read more »

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From: East Aurora Bee “Members of the Elma Town Board got an earful on the proposed Brookside Patio Homes project during a public hearing at the July 15 meeting. The 54 units would be built on about 50 acres of land behind the Pondbrook Homes on the former Camp Centerland site. Developer Bryan Young of… Read more »

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From: WIVB “Hundreds of new homes are on the horizon in Lancaster; but not everyone’s for it. Contractors say the proposals will create new homes for everyone from new families to the elderly. However neighbors believe it could wear down infrastructure and make congested roads even worse.” Continue to Article