The Buffalo News printed a great little map of Buffalo, highlighting the new development projects that have either started, recently completed, or ready to go this year… All great news for the city!
Research firm Clear Capital reveals in the January 2014 issue of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine that Buffalo prices are up 16% since May 31, 2006 – highest among the 100 largest metro areas in the US.
The median sales price in Allentown rose 43 percent from six years ago. Over the same six years, prices rose 31 percent in North Buffalo and 15 percent in the Delaware District.
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The Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus plans to add a 15,000-square-foot second floor to the former SmartPill Corp. headquarters building.
The story of Buffalo, New York’s world class urban design and how today’s generation is rediscovering and restoring ‘America’s Best Designed City.’
The Buffalo metropolitan area holds 27th place in September’s On Numbers Economic Index, which measures the relative vitality of 102 major U.S. metropolitan areas. Read more here.
The recession is dragging everyone down, but some parts of the U.S. are bouncing back faster than others.
Howard Wial, a Brookings fellow, looked at how the recession has affected the country’s major metropolitan
areas and which places are recovering faster than others. Continue reading in The Washington Post…
Coast to coast overview of home sales.
Stuart Hoffman, chief economist at PNC Financial Services Group Inc., talks about the outlook for the U.S. housing market. Hoffman speaks with Mark Crumpton on Bloomberg Television’s “Bottom Line.” (Source: Bloomberg)
The City of Buffalo has the seventh-worst housing vacancy rate among America’s major cities, according to figures released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
The same federal study shows that Buffalo has the oldest and most inexpensive housing stock among the 81 U.S. cities with at least 100,000 homes.
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