Northland Corridor

Albright-Know Art Gallery

If you like the current Albright-Knox Art Gallery, there are just a few months left to see it on Elmwood Avenue. The gallery plans to close at the end of this year for two years of construction and expansion, while installations, special events and performances will move to the Northland Beltline Corridor.

Northland Streetscape work resumes today

Apr 9, 2018
Michael Mroziak, WBFO

Work resumes today on a full makeover for a street in one of Buffalo's East Side neighborhoods where an advanced manufacturing training center is being built.


Michael Mroziak, WBFO

The centerpiece of the $100 million redevelopment of Buffalo's Northland Corridor remains on schedule for completion and opening in August. Friday morning, leaders gathered to celebrate a construction milestone and encourage local citizens to step forward and take advantage of what they call a transformative project for the city.


Mike Desmond / WBFO News

An East Side Buffalo landmark will be starting up again this summer, nearly three years after a massive fire.

Watts Architecture and Engineering, PC

The state has awarded another $4 million to the Buffalo Northland Corridor redevelopment project.

Michael Mroziak, WBFO

Construction continues on the Northland Workforce Training Center in Buffalo's East Side, a project that many look upon as the anchor of broader Northland Corridor redevelopment. On Tuesday, elected officials, labor leaders and representatives of the financial community announced that millions of dollars in new markets tax credits are fueling the project, warning that federal tax reform has threatened the future use of such credits.


Watts Architecture and Engineering

Buffalo's Planning Board on Monday removed the last barrier to starting a major piece of the city's Northland Corridor, approving a series of demolitions and renovation of 683 Northland.

Chris Caya/WBFO News

Work on the $60 million Northland Corridor Redevelopment Project is ramping up. The focus of the mostly-state funded project is a workforce training center.

Mayor Byron Brown is delivering his 11th State of the City Address this  afternoon at the Buffalo Niagara Convention center.

Brown is expected to highlight the city's municipal achievements over the past year, and unveil plans for shaping its development in 2017 and beyond.

Thomas O'Neil-White

Against the backdrop of Buffalo’s economic boom, some East Side community leaders are worried about being left out of the city's so-called "renaissance." Crime and high unemployment are still a part of everyday life for many and stakeholders are hoping new development ideas will help reshape their neighborhood. WBFO's Thomas O'Neil-White reports.