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Developers seek public input on Jefferson Avenue proposals (as reported by The Buffalo News)
First Housing at Highland Park Project Proposed (as reported by Buffalo Rising)
Two major projects on Jefferson Ave. get zoning board green light (as reported by The Buffalo News)
Game-Changing Project Aired for Jefferson Avenue (as reported by Buffalo Rising)
People Inc. plan to build apartments on Jefferson Avenue gains support (as reported by The Buffalo News)
$22 million development planned for Jefferson Avenue (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
Mayor Brown: Flat property taxes, police at Canalside, East Side development (as reported by The Buffalo News)
Redeveloping Jefferson Avenue (as reported by The Black Western New York Magazine)
Community leaders discuss plans for development on Jefferson Avenue (as reported by The Buffalo News)
Mixed-Use Project Seen as Jump-Starting Masten District and Jefferson Avenue Renewal (as reported by Buffalo Rising)
Jefferson Avenue project is the product of developers dedicated to collaboration (as reported by The Buffalo News)
Jefferson Avenue project aims to boost East Side (as reported by The Buffalo News)
Bellamy Commons (as reported by Buffalo Rising)
Alexandre Apartments, Kraft & Sons projects gain key approvals (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
New development eyed for Archie Street warehouse (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
Larkinville’s renaissance surges into a housing boom (as reported by The Buffalo News)
Seneca Street Lofts mostly rented (as reported by The Buffalo News)
East Side senior apartment project wins ECIDA tax breaks (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
Historic East Side Development Project is a No Brainer (as reported by Buffalo Rising)
Seneca Street Lofts showcase next phase of urban living (as reported by The Buffalo News Homefinder)
Buffalo Sabres, nonprofit housing agency team up to help female veterans (as reported by The Buffalo News)
East Side housing project, Hatch expansion approved (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
Sinatra, Pawlik to build East Side senior housing project (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
Senior housing project planned for Kensington Avenue (as reported by The Buffalo News)
Saving Grace Ministries plans to convert former YMCA on East Side into affordable housing (as reported by The Buffalo News)
Seneca Street Lofts Progressing Well (as reported by Buffalo Rising)
Casa Serena Given Thumbs Up by Planning Board (as reported by Buffalo Rising)
New uses for city’s old buildings (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
Conversion to start on 550 Seneca building (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
Big Step in Larkin District: The Square at Larkinville (as reported by Buffalo Rising)
$5M apartment conversion planned near Larkinville (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
Few empty apartments found in Buffalo region (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
Ridgeway approves plans for Dollar General (as reported by The Daily News)
NCIDA OKs Youngstown conversion project (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
Weather delays Niagara IDA vote on apartments (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
If they build it, prosperity has a chance (as reported by Buffalo News)
Adaptive Reuse Project Complete on Kenmore Avenue; Apartments Now Leasing (as reported by Buffalo Rising)
Developer seeks to redevelop 1490 Jefferson into museum, NAACP office and housing (as reported by Buffalo News)
KLP Commons apartments offers modern conveniences, convenient location (as reported by Buffalo News)
Developers have lofty plans for church's transformation (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
Plans to demolish old building for apartment complex goes in front of NCIDA (as reported by YNN)
Burke Homes makes second attempt at apartment project at Youngstown Cold Storage (as reported by Buffalo News)
Dollar General, like its shoppers, weathers tough times (as reported by Philadelphia Inquirer)
Fairfield Commons Project Completed, Kenmore Avenue Conversion Underway (as reported by Buffalo Rising)
Dollar General prepared to build in Wilson (as reported by Buffalo News)
Senior housing planned for East Side (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
Small and trendy (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
Erie County IDA grants tax breaks to four projects (as reported by Buffalo News)
Apartments Proposed for Recently Closed Kenmore Avenue Church (as reported by Buffalo Rising)
Church to end 122-year run on Sunday (as reported by Buffalo News)
Fairfield Library Conversion to Start This Summer (as reported by Buffalo Rising)
Church-turned-library ready for a new life (as reported by Business First)
Preservation Ready: Update (as reported by Buffalo Spree)
A Landmark Meeting: The Fairfield Library (as reported by Buffalo Rising)
Warring ideas for historic building (as reported by Buffalo News)
Developer’s plans for old library linked to its status as landmark (as reported by Buffalo News)
Construction Watch: 363 E. Ferry Street (as reported by Buffalo Rising)
Planning Board OKs East Ferry townhouse project (as reported by Buffalo News)
ECIDA allows tax breaks for store at South Buffalo’s closed Pizza Hut (as reported by Buffalo News)
Planners to consider E. Side redevelopment (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
Thirty Townhouses Planned on E. Ferry Street (as reported by Buffalo Rising)
Rescue planned for ex-Dunlop site (as reported by Buffalo News)
Former Dunlop Building To Be Rehabed (as reported by Isledegrande.com)
ECIDA helps with Dollar General in city (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
Buffalo Expansion on Dollar General Agenda (as reported by Buffalo Business First)
Former church offers a lofty way of life (as reported by Buffalo News)
Watch a WIVB story on our 700 Parkside Avenue project (as reported by WIVB Channel 4)
Mayor Byron Brown's tour of CSS Construction (as reported by Channel 23)
Watch a WIVB story on our 2025 Bailey Ave firehouse project (as reported by WIVB Channel 4)
Onetime firehouse to hold offices for group aiding former inmates (as reported by The Buffalo News)