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Richardson Olmsted Complex January 26th Public Meeting

Richardson Olmsted Complex January 26th Public Meeting

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Please join the Richardson Center Corporation on Wednesday, January 26, 6:00 pm at Rockwell Hall Performing Arts Center for an informational and interactive meeting on the Richardson Olmsted Complex South Lawn. 

The South Lawn will be a welcoming landscape for public enjoyment. As an important component of the Master Plan Core Project, the South Lawn landscape, circulation and entry encompasses a 4 acre area between the Towers Building and Forest Avenue. The design plans carry out a contemporary interpretation of the Olmsted design for new and existing users.  

At the meeting, plans for this $4 million construction project will be unveiled and the community will have the opportunity for discussion. Updates on the Master Plan, stabilization, parking relocation, ownership and implementation schedule will also be presented.  Questions? Call (716) 849-6070 or email.

Jaeckle Fleischmann Selects Avant Building for New Downtown Location

Jaeckle Fleischmann Selects Avant Building for New Downtown Location

BUFFALO, NEW YORK — Jaeckle Fleischmann & Mugel, LLP, a full service corporate law firm, has completed its search for new office space and has selected the Avant Building, located at 200 Delaware Avenue in downtown Buffalo. The Firm has leased approximately 33,000 square feet in the building owned and operated by Uniland Development and will occupy the entire 9th floor as well as a portion of the 10th. A more efficient office layout provides a reduction in the space of 37,000 square feet that the Firm currently occupies in the Bank of America building. The office move is projected to take place in the second half of 2011. Cannon Design has been selected by Jaeckle to develop layout and design plans, furniture specifications and provide construction advisory services for the new offices.
 

Holy Family Senior Apartments to open in South Buffalo

A Catholic elementary school that educated generations of South Buffalo residents is about to take on a new life.  Groundbreaking ceremonies for the Holy Family Senior Apartments at 920 Tifft St. were held on Aug. 12. 

Sponsored by the Diocese of Buffalo and developed by Delta Development of Western New York Inc.