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Western New Yorkers are well familiar with helicopter rides over Niagara Falls. But Buffalo's waterfront has gained so much parkland, expanded marinas, restaurants and housing, soon it may get a heliport.

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Kaleida Health has replaced Ciminelli Real Estate with Nick Sinatra of Sinatra & Company and Ellicott Development, owned by Carl and William Paladino, to redevelop the Women and Children’s Hospital site off Elmwood Avenue on Bryant Street in Buffalo, once it becomes vacant.

WBFO's Mike Desmond

When Peg Overdorf bought land along Ohio Street in 2006 for a park, there were a lot of people who thought she was crazy because everyone knew if Ohio Street was going anywhere, it was continuing downhill. However, public money has helped turn it around.

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The historic and decaying Our Lady of Lourdes Church is getting a new neighbor, six stories of retail and office space geared to the nearby Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.


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Apparently the Seneca Nation has run out of development land on its Buffalo Creek Territory on the edge of downtown Buffalo and plans developments off-territory.

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A community activist who opposed tax breaks for a project launched by a company with ties to Carl Paladino is reacting to a new firestorm of criticism that targets the Buffalo School Board member.

Paladino's son criticizes father's remarks

Dec 26, 2016
Brian Meyer WBFO

The son of Buffalo School Board member Carl Paladino calls his father’s remarks about President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama “disrespectful and absolutely unnecessary.”

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Not all brownfield sites are massive, former industrial facilities. A notable example in the city of Buffalo is 905 Elmwood Avenue, where a former gas station had become an environmental hazard.


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The Bachelor Apartments are being torn down to make room for a $75 million dollar hotel, apartment and office complex to be built by Ellicott Development.

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Apartment tenants are increasingly looking for parking spaces other than in a large lot where their cars can be covered with winter snow. That demand is leading to a surge in construction of indoor parking spaces.


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Beginning Monday February 1, Ellicott Street between High and Goodrich Streets will be closed to vehicles and have limited foot traffic.

It's up to the Common Council if The Bachelor apartment building at Franklin and Tupper is designated as a landmark. That would seriously interfere with an Ellicott Development plan for a high-rise parking, hotel and apartment complex partly on the side.


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When First Amherst Development began to convert the old Elk Terminal to apartments in 2003, there wasn't much in that Old First Ward neighborhood. Now, it's adding 23 more units.


A private deal between the Seneca Nation and Ellicott Development has cleared the way for sale of two city streets and a city agency building while maintaining access to a Seneca casino building.


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Ellicott Development is planning a flagship project, a 12-story complex at the north end of the Theater District.


It's something which might not have happened in the economically weak Buffalo of a few years ago. Two significant players on the local economic scene have collided over the same property.


Another project spinning off from the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus is working its way through the development process.


Ellicott Development currently operates eight hotels and is planning more. The latest project would be located near Franklin and Tupper in downtown Buffalo.


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Buffalo's West Side is now drawing multi-million dollar investments along Niagara Street.


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The money raising for restarting the old Broadway Theater continued Tuesday night with a fundraiser in the lobby of the Ellicott Square Building.

Press Pass: Recalling a dismal day in downtown history

Mar 17, 2015

For many local residents it was a Saint Patrick's Day they would like to forget. On March 17, 1995, the doors closed for good on what was once AM&A's department store on Main Street. "It was probably the lowest point in downtown Buffalo," said Jim Fink of Business First during his monthly appearance on WBFO's Press Pass. For Fink, the anniversary serves as a reminder of how downtown life is on the upswing.

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The push for new apartments in downtown Buffalo appears to be moving farther and farther out from the Central Business District.

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Ellicott Development may be involved in a major project around the Fort Erie Race Track, but it's still adding much smaller projects to its portfolio.

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A downtown Buffalo building left alone for so long there were large trees growing out of the roof will have residential tenants before the end of the month.

WBFO News photo by Mike Desmond

The Aloma D. Johnson Fruit Belt Community Charter School is moving into North Buffalo.

A prominent local developer has been cited for ten serious workplace violations in the City of Buffalo.