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City Leaders Break Ground on New Apartment Complex for Senior Citizens

TIME WARNER CABLE NEWS Friday, May 15, 2015 at 05:27 AM  BUFFALO, N.Y. View Original Article Here   City Leaders Break Ground on New Apartment Complex for Senior Citizens A number of leaders broke ground Thursday on a new apartment complex for senior citizens on Buffalo’s East Side. Mt. Aaron Manor, a two-story building located …

Buffalo Improvement Projects Getting Buffalo Billion Money

April 24, 2015 BUFFALO NEWS, By Jonathan D. Epstein, News Business Reporter View Original Article Continuing the Buffalo Billion initiative, state officials on Friday awarded $11.72 million in low-interest loans and grants to 21 real estate development projects throughout the city to help renovate more than 350 residential apartments and create more than 50,000 square …

A Holistic Approach

December 2014, AFFORDABLE HOUSING NEWS Heart of the City Neighborhoods, Inc. was featured in Affordable Housing News’ Winter 2014 Issue. To view this feature, visit Affordable Housing News online and turn to page 88.

Hands Across Buffalo Seeking Participants and Volunteers

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014 BUFFALO RISING ONLINE By Sarah Maurer View Original Article In less than a month, 7,000 people will join hands across the length of Ferry Street (from Niagara Street to Bailey Avenue) to stand united against poverty and to celebrate Buffalo’s diversity. Hands Across Buffalo will take place on May 17 at …

The Stake: A Westside Story

Saturday, April 19th, 2014 BUFFALOLOYALS.COM By Gregory M. Gelz View Original Article The stake I held in my hand wasn’t very valuable. It was wooden, weather-beaten and I had found it discarded onto a sidewalk street corner on Plymouth Avenue. I was volunteering to do just this task: pick up and clean up the Lower …

A.G. Schneiderman Announces $2.2m In New Funding For Innovative Sustainable Homes Programs In Buffalo, Rochester & Syracuse

PRESS RELEASE New Funds From Settlement With Power Company Will Help Refugee Community In Buffalo And At-Risk Homeowners In Rochester And Syracuse Cut Heating Bills, Eliminate Home Health And Safety Hazards Schneiderman: By Supporting New York’s Neediest Families, We Are Strengthening Our Neighborhoods And Revitalizing Our Communities December 12th, 2013  BUFFALO — Attorney General Eric …