From WIVB Channel 4 in Buffalo:
An ambitious proposal for the future of an industrial corridor in Niagara Falls was unveiled Tuesday night. Architecture firm LaBella Associates presented to the public long-term proposals for Buffalo Avenue.
It’s taken the City of Niagara Falls about 10 years to get to this point. In 2007, the city got a State Brownfield Opportunity Area grant to help pay for a strategy to redevelop the corridor.
The final plan is expected to be completed by late spring 2017.
One thought on “Ambitious plans for Buffalo Ave. in Niagara Falls unveiled to public”
In the 90s, NFNY wasn’t a bad place. You had the Rainbow Mall with Burlington, Payless (before it was in Canada), good restaurants and wings with real Happy Hour (illegal in Ontario), good clubs, Late Show, Pleasure Dome (huge I mean mega huge club packed on weekends) and a few good brand hotels. It really is too bad what happened while Canada thrived it went downhill. Let’s hope NFNY gets its groove back.