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Savarino’s mission is to be the preferred builder, developer and property manager in the markets we serve, and through our experience and integrity, provide value to our clients, our partners and our community.
No matter the project, we’re on the scene to get the job done, delivered on time and on budget. We don’t offer excuses. Just results.
Savarino in the news
Buffalo Business First | AM&A’s project anchored by 49 apartments is cleared to proceed
Published October 20, 2020 | One word, uttered at a public hearing that focused on the redevelopment of the long vacant Adam, Meldrum & Anderson Co. Inc. department store, summarized the forward movement of the project. “Hallelujah,” said Cynthia Schwartz, Buffalo Planning Board vice chair. “I haven’t felt this way about a proposal for this building
WKBW | Buffalo Planning Board approves mixed-use project for AM&A’s building
Published October 19, 2020 | BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — New life is coming to the AM&A’s building in Downtown Buffalo. On Monday afternoon, the Buffalo Planning Board approved plans to transform the building to the J.N. Adam Building at 377 Main Street. Developer Sam Savarino said it is a projected $60 million mixed-use project. Retail space will take over the
The Buffalo News | Revised AM&A’s plan with more apartments approved by Planning Board
Published October 19, 2020 | The new owners of the AM&A’s department store building in downtown Buffalo have adjusted their redevelopment plans for the 10-story complex, adding 16 more apartments to the mix while eliminating a floor of office space. The ownership group, Elena Fu Yiyao’s 377 Main Realty, is converting the 350,000-square-foot building into a