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Updated: Dagher Buys 1920 Niagara Street

An historic property in Black Rock has traded hands for $502,000. New York City-based OPM Niagara sold 1920 Niagara Street to Dr. Fadi Dagher’s 1920 Niagara LLC.  The building contain 10 apartments and 12,810 sq.ft. of space according to City property records. Some details from the new owner via email: We will be updating all Full Story

Another massive student housing complex approved for Main Street

Another large student housing complex is coming to Main Street in Buffalo, as the University at Buffalo Medical School and all other branches of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus attract rising numbers of students. Demolition has started for the 322-unit “Rails on Main” complex to be located at Main Street and Hertel Avenue, near the Full Story

Design Competition Kick Off – The Redevelopment of 998 Broadway (former K-Mart)

There’s really nothing worse than seeing a massive development site left abandoned, with no plans to redevelop on the table. These abandoned sites, such as malls or Walmarts, can bring entire neighborhoods down with them. That’s why the organization Designing To Live Sustainably is embarking upon a Public Envisioning & Design Workshop that intends to identify Full Story