Real Estate

One Seneca Tower Getting Some Buffalove…
Thursday the owner of One Seneca Tower presented a $100M plan to revitalize the property.  Buffalo's tallest tower is overdue for some Buffalove!
 
Current owner Douglas Jemal, a Washington-area developer and President of Douglas Development Corporation, has plans for a mixed-use p…
This Is the Most Expensive Apartment in WNY Right Now
Western New York's most expensive apartment currently listed on Zillow is NOT in Buffalo, NY. In fact, it may surprise you where it is!
Located on Main Street in Williamsville, NY, the building has ten units listed at $2359-$2,795 for a one bedroom and $2,784-$3,697 for a two-bedroom...
15 Mansions in WNY Worth Over $1M – Prepare to Be Overwhelmed
Realtor.com lists 21 homes at $1 million or more within 20 miles of Buffalo, NY 14203. Here are the top 15. We want to know what you think. Would you want these homes if you have one to three million dollars burning a whole in your pocket or would you opt for something a little more practical...
Most Affordable WNY Waterfront Homes [PHOTOS]
It's summer and that means we want to spend as much time on the water as possible -- a pond, a lake, a river, a creek. As long as we are enjoying some refreshing time in good old H20 we are happy! So what are the most affordable homes on the market in Western New York that are on a waterfront..…
What Do You Get for $2 Million in Clarence? A Castle
Coming in at $1,995,000 on Donnington Road in Clarence, NY, this has to be one of the most expensive homes listed in Western New York. It has four bedrooms and six baths and is 8,071 square feet, according to the listing on Zillow.com. It is on ten acres of landscaped gardens, has a stocked pond wit…
Buffalo Ranked #1 Housing Market in Country
When I moved back to WNY in 2012, it wasn't the same Buffalo I remembered from 1996...not by a LONG shot.
Actually, when I heard about the job here, after having lived in Albany for the past 15 years, my first thought was, "I don't think I want to go back to Western New York&qu…

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