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The Buffalo News | Period building for packet boat project approved for Canalside
Published May 14, 2019 | A wood-frame period building at Canalside, where a replica of a 19th century packet boat will be built, has received the green light. Work is expected to begin on the building later this month, with completion anticipated in July 2020. The Buffalo Maritime Center plans to lead a community effort to
Olean Times Hearald | Olean URA plans for mid-September transfer of Manny Hanny to Savarino
Published Aug. 22, 2019 | Savarino officials plan a $13 million redevelopment in the 104-year-old building into a ground floor restaurant and housing on the upper floors — including affordable and high-end apartment — using $2 million from the 2017 state Downtown Revitalization Initiative award, various development tax breaks and other sources. At the neighboring Siegels
Buffalo Business First | Longshed building, packet boat coming afloat at Canalside
Published May 13, 2019 | After more than a decade of planning, the dream of the Buffalo Maritime Center and Erie Canal Harbor Development Corp. to create a Canalside attraction that pays direct homage to the city’s past will become a reality. The Erie Canal Harbor Development Corp. directors approved a series of measures that will
Buffalo Rising | Big Deal: McGuire and Savarino to Tackle Five Richardson Buildings
Published June 4, 2019 | The Richardson Olmsted Campus has selected two development partners to work with the non-profit steward of the National Historic Landmark: McGuire Development Company and Savarino Companies. Following feedback about potential new uses for the Richardson Olmsted Campus at a public meeting in April, the Richardson Olmsted Campus chose McGuire Development
The Buffalo News | Savarino’s vision for hulking DL&W terminal: a Canalside public market
Published October 14, 2019 | Maybe it’s because Samuel J. Savarino can view the hulking Delaware Lackawanna & Western Railroad terminal from the window of his Cobblestone District condo. Then again, maybe years of development experience leads the chief executive officer of Savarino Cos. to envision the DL&W as something beyond a Metro Rail maintenance
Buffalo Business First | McGuire, Savarino to redevelop 5 buildings at Richardson complex
Published June 4, 2019 | Two Buffalo development companies have been selected by the Richardson Olmsted Campus to renovate five buildings on the historic Forest Avenue campus. McGuire Development Co. will renovate a three buildings on the western wing, totaling 93,000-square-feet, into a “University-Based Retirement Community” where senior citizens can tap into courses and programs at
Buffalo News | McDermott Lofts open in former St. Clare School in Buffalo’s Valley neighborhood
Published Dec. 13, 2018 | A vacant former Catholic school in Buffalo’s Valley neighborhood reopened Thursday as a new mixed-use development with apartments and a new office for the Western New York Land Conservancy, after Savarino Cos. completed its conversion of the former St. Clare Catholic School.
Buffalo Rising | 500 Seneca – The Building Blocks of Buffalo
Published May 8, 2018 | The 500 Seneca Street building, near Larkinville, is one of the greatest redevelopment success stories that this city has ever seen. Not only did Savarino Companies and Frontier Group of Companies do an outstanding job of updating the former F.N. Burt Company box manufacturing plant, they also did a bang up job
Buffalo Rising | Key Tenants Re-up in Cobblestone District
Published July 11, 2017 | “What makes this district special is the tenants” said Julia Spitz, Vice President of Savarino Properties, Landlord and manager of the buildings. “These tenants signed their original leases with faith that the neighborhood would expand and develop. By extending their leases I think our tenants have shown us that their faith
Buffalo Rising | Construction Watch – Buffalo River Landing
Published March 6, 2017 | Frontier Development Initiatives and Savarino Companies‘ Buffalo River Landing project is kicking into high gear. Since we last featured the $18 million project, located along Ohio Street, the facade has been added and even the balconies have been fashioned into place.