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Setting Pace

The Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) Program is new to Buffalo, created to address long standing problems: high redevelopment and energy efficiency costs. The City of Buffalo passed a local law to establish the Open C-PACE Program on December 19, 2019, joining a group of government entities in 35

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BFLO + TOD = Where Development & Urban Planning Meet

By Seth Piccirillo | Senior Manager of Economic Development 81% of Millennials and 77% of Baby Boomers prefer to live in walkable, active communities. By 2030, 25% of people in the rental and housing market will seek housing near transit. The Buffalo Niagara Metro Rail Corridor’s population is expected to

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Development Advisory Amherst Blog

Amherst Town Supervisor Sees Potential for Redevelopment

Buffalo’s revitalization isn’t just happening within city limits. Communities throughout the region are using economic development tools to their benefit. Town of Amherst Supervisor Brian Kulpa recently spoke to members of our Development Advisory Council about plans to redevelop the area surrounding the Boulevard Mall along Niagara Falls Boulevard. Designated as

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Young Professionals Week: embracing Buffalo Niagara’s renaissance

Young professionals throughout the Buffalo Niagara region are using terms such as “renaissance”, “rebirth” and “growth” when referring to the changes taking place locally. This Buffalo “boom” is leading to positive results for a variety of industries throughout the region including manufacturing, construction, recruitment and development. Buffalo has been able

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The power of incremental change

We are all excited by the site of cranes and subsequent construction that’s transforming the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus and Canalside. Both projects are bold, revolutionary changes for our region which seem to be changing our landscape on a daily basis. But sometimes change is more subtle. Author, Lauren Belfer

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