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2017-2018 Buffalo Niagara Partnership Annual Report

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Our 2017-2018 Annual Report was recently released at a meeting of more than 200 people including our Board of Directors and members, along with community leaders. The report details our work as the regional chamber of commerce on behalf of our members over the course of the 2017-18 fiscal year.

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Editorial: Keep the housing incentives

A recent editorial from the The Buffalo News calls attention to our Downtown Housing Report‘s emphasis on the importance of incentives to the development of downtown Buffalo. “The matter is urgent because, while Buffalo has come roaring back over the past several years, its revival remains a work in progress.

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Downtown housing study: The good, the bad, the warning

Buffalo Business First outlined our Downtown Housing Report, which takes a closer look at the downtown Buffalo housing market. “It’s very clear that more people want to live in downtown,” said Dottie Gallagher-Cohen, Buffalo Niagara Partnership president and CEO. “Overall, the market study tells the story of a healthy downtown

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Downtown housing growing at healthy clip, study finds

The Buffalo News article covering our Downtown Housing Report highlighted the growth of downtown’s housing market as well as suggestions for continued progress. “Now what we’re saying is, downtown’s not finished, so how do we finish it, and given where we are today, what are the strategies and tactics we

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Downtown Buffalo Housing Report

Downtown Buffalo Report Measures Growth and Opportunity

This week, the Buffalo Niagara Partnership released a report that takes a closer look at the impact of Buffalo’s renaissance on the downtown housing market. Downtown Buffalo: Looking Ahead with a Clearer View also highlights the success of several economic development programs, including the Buffalo Building Reuse Project (BBRP).  The

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BN360 Spotlight Series: Raising the Buffalo Community

It’s no secret that Buffalo is on the rise. Articles are being written about us, cranes can be seen in downtown Buffalo, people are moving back and there are economic development initiatives that have the ability to continue driving our city forward. To say it’s an exciting time to live

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Redeveloping Downtown: Transit Options Canalside-Cobblestone

The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA) is evaluating the potential expansion of its metro-rail service; a 6.4-mile light rail line that runs from downtown Buffalo to the University at Buffalo’s  South Campus. Since before its original debut some 30 years ago, Western New York residents have been talking about extending

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Building our Region, Investing in Transit

The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA) is currently in the process of assessing transit options at both ends of the Metro Rail. The system has served Buffalo along its 6.4 mile route since its completion in the mid-1980s. This line has remained relatively unchanged for 30 years. However, the economic

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Continuing downtown Buffalo’s momentum hinges on housing

The momentum in downtown Buffalo continues, as buildings, streets and neighborhoods are coming back to life. New restaurants are opening throughout downtown and new housing units are leased nearly as fast as they become available. Job growth on the medical campus, as well as a desire by many young professionals

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