The former Women and Children's Hospital is in new hands. Kaleida Health sold the property just a few days after successfully moving into the new Oishei Children's Hospital on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. A pair of local developers are partnering to breathe new life into the old hospital site in the Elmwood Village.
WBFO's Chris Caya has more on the future plans for Women and Children's Hospital.
Over the years, several restaurants that opened in the space next to the Market Arcade in downtown Buffalo have failed. But that's not stopping a local developer from taking the plunge with a new venture.
Buffalo's redevelopment is spreading beyond the waterfront and the medical campus. The corner of Main Street and West Ferry has been transformed from a blighted eyesore into Fenton Village, a 33-unit luxury apartment complex.
The Say Yes Buffalo Scholarship Fund is about to receive another infusion of cash. WBFO News has learned that a group of business leaders is pledging to invest some of the profits they earn from a renovation project at the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.
WBFO'S Eileen Buckley talks to Buffalo native Daniel Lewis about new investment for Say Yes Buffalo.
"This is the election of the year," said Jim Fink of Business First, referring to the May 6 Buffalo School Board elections. During WBFO's Press Pass, Fink called the elections "a defining moment for Buffalo."