Harry Stinson

Lauer-Manguso & Associates Architects

Developer Harry Stinson's plan for a re-creation of a Frank Lloyd Wright wedding chapel took another step forward Monday, even if he had to go into the water first.

Mike Desmond/WBFO

UB design students are offering a redesign of downtown Buffalo to make for a better pedestrian experience from Main and Court streets and over Lower Terrace to Canalside.


Courtesy Harry Stinson

The final markings and signage which identified the former Adam's Mark Hotel are coming down. New signs revealing it as the Buffalo Grand are going up, and the Canadian developer who acquired the downtown Buffalo hotel has grand plans for its remodeling, including a larger space suitable for conventions and a wedding chapel that was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright but previously never built.


Eileen Koteras Elibol

The Buffalo skyline is changing. Crews have started removing the old red Adam's Mark signs from the drab concrete building at the Church Street exit off the I-190 downtown. The new owner is planning to restore the hotel's grandeur and expand it to fill the need for a new Convention Center.


WBFO's Mike Desmond

What to do about Buffalo's Central Terminal has been a local question for decades. Now, a team of experts on development is in town to study the issue and make some recommendations on Friday.


Michael Mroziak, WBFO

A Canadian businessman and his local partners say they're still proceeding with plans to redevelop Buffalo's Central Terminal. Harry Stinson and his peers hosted a news conference at the East Side landmark Tuesday morning to offer their side of the story, two weeks after it was announced their developmental agreement would not be renewed.


If the Amtrak passenger train station is moved to the old Central Terminal, it will arrive and depart next to hundreds of new homes, according to a Toronto developer's plan.

Where does authentic German beer and food and Buffalo history meet? Oktoberfest returns to the Central Terminal Saturday night.