Buffalo Revitalization Continues
Recently three building projects have been approved across the city. The first is a new mixed-use building that will take the place of a parking lot between Globe Market and 7-11 on Elmwood. The three-story building will be host to both storefronts and apartments.
The next project is 500 Seneca St. found in the growing Larkin District. The $31.7 million project will hold office space and a job training center in a refurbished historic building.
The third, an $8,1 million commercial project at 141 Elm St., is located within the Electric District. The 136 year old Planing Mill will use solar power to help fulfill energy demands and is aiming to become LEED Gold certified.