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BUFFALO, N.Y. (Buffalo Business First) — “Adaptive reuse incentives are game changers,” said Dottie Gallagher, Buffalo Niagara Partnership president, and CEO. She is also an Erie County Industrial Development Agency director and helped create the Buffalo Urban Development Corp.’s Buffalo Building Reuse Program, which provides low-interest bank-backed loans for restorations of older downtown Buffalo buildings.

“Adaptive reuse programs absolutely have to be one of the tools we have in our toolbox,” Gallagher said.

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