Uniland Development

Uniland Development

Big changes may be in store for Eastern Hills Mall. A new master plan for the mall and the large piece of property it sits on in the Town of Clarence is being unveiled to the public Tuesday night. 

It is quietly being revealed that Sears will be closing its Eastern Hills Mall store after Christmas.

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Some of the Elmwood Village's most prominent development critics backed a Gates Circle project Wednesday, resulting in a Buffalo Zoning Board of Appeals approval.

The Park Lane restaurant is long gone, but its former location on Gates Circle is in line for new life. According to Jim Fink of Business First, Uniland Development plans to build townhouses at the site. The homes are expected to cost over $1 million.

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The company which has owned Eastern Hills Mall since 2003 now has its partner in place to begin a gradual transformation of the Clarence property into a mixed-use "town center." Amherst-based Uniland has become a co-owner of the property. The partners are reminding the public there's much more to do, though, before shovels go into the ground.

It took just under two years and $48 million to turn an open field in the curl of the end ramp of the Kensington Expressway into the new headquarters for Catholic Health System.

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A preferred developer has been chosen to transform the former Rainbow Centre mall in Niagara Falls into a major mixed-use complex. 

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The steel frame for Delaware North's new corporate headquarters will start rising in downtown Buffalo next week.

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Tax relief for the proposed Delaware North headquarters along Delaware Avenue are likely to be approved.

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Buffalo's Planning Board has given its approval to a major mixed-use complex on a busy downtown intersection.

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"Bringing cars back to Main Street is an absolute must," Business First's Jim Fink said on WBFO's Press Pass. Fink follows the view that believes a mistake was made decades ago when car traffic was routed off Main Street, allowing for the installation of city's rapid transit system.