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. Read More…
From a Marketwired press release seen on Yahoo! Finance:
For the first time, Niagara Falls Fireworks will move to daily displays five days a week this spring, summer and early fall season, in addition to special holiday editions throughout the year. The Niagara Falls Marriott on the Falls hotel puts guests front and center for the celebration. Read More…
Note: The Review is a little slow on this one. I posted about this back at the beginning of June. Of course, they were able to get more details than I posted.
From the Niagara Falls Review:
Construction has begun on a $3-million circus-themed mirror and laser-maze attraction on Clifton Hill.
It will replace the former Brick City, which was a giant mini city of Legos.
That attraction was demolished last fall after a fire in the attic of the Haunted House next door in August 2014 caused water and smoke damage.
“It was a gift store that was built in 1960, and then it had a Cinema 180 movie theatre on top of it, which then became Brick City,” said Niagara Clifton Group president Charlie Burland…
He said construction on the 2,500-square-foot Big Top Amazing Mirror and Laser Maze attraction began right after Labour Day, and the aim is to open between April and June.
He said the Big Top Amazing Mirror and Laser Maze will cost around $3 million.