The City of Buffalo consists of 32 different neighborhoods: Allentown, Bailey-Lovejoy, Black Rock, Central Park, Cold Springs, Delaware District, Downtown, East Side, Elmwood Village, Fillmore-Leroy, First Ward, Fruit Belt, Hamlin Park, Hospital Hill, Humboldt Park, Kaisertown, Kensington, Kensington Heights, Lower West Side, Masten Park, North Buffalo, North Park, Parkside, Polonia/Broadway Fillmore, Riverside, Schiller Park, South Buffalo, University District, University Heights, Vernon Triangle, Upper West Side, and Willert Park.
According to the American Planning Association the Elmwood Village neighborhood in Buffalo is ranked the third best neighborhood in America. Elmwood Village is a mixed use neighborhood with hundreds of small, home grown stores and restaurants.
The city of Buffalo is a Waterfront City with a rich history. The city is dedicated to creating a waterfront that is publicly accessible resulting in a focal point for recreational activity and social opportunity. Downtown Buffalo has some spectacular waterfront homes to call home! The waterfront community in Buffalo is full of opportunity Read [Continue]
Downtown Waterfront Living There is a lot of interest in living in the Downtown Buffalo area, especially the Buffalo Waterfront! The waterfront village consists of over 200 housing units and the development of the Waterfront village began in the 1970′s and was part of the Downtown Urban Renewal Plan. The Waterfront Village consists of the [Continue]
Downtown Waterfront Living – Admirals Walk Living on the water is a dream for many. But when you think of waterfront living many times you think of Florida or California and being a snowbird to enjoy such living. Buffalo NY is not the first place many people think about Waterfront living around the [Continue]
Portside Community Market Report April 5, 2014 There are no active, no pending/under contract sales with no closed sales YTD In 2013 there were 2 closed sales with an average sold price of $387,500 spending an average of 57 days on the market There was one closed sales for 2012 for $347,000 after spending 179 [Continue]
Here is the single-family in the Elmwood Strip Area according to the Buffalo Niagara MLS: March 26, 2014 There are 11 active listings in this community with an average list price of $480,582 ranging from $249,900 to $1,000,000 There are 9 pending/under contract sales at this time, and 2 closed sales in the past 30 [Continue]
Current Conditions – North Buffalo – Multi-family Conditions March 23, 2014 There are 11 active listings with an average list price of $1642,064 ranging from $110,000 to $249,900 There are 33 pending/under contract sales and in the past 30 days there has been 4 closed sales with an average sold price of $199,375 spending an [Continue]
Are you thinking of selling your WNY home? There are many things that you need to do to prepare for the sale of your WNY home. Things are changing in the WNY Real Estate market and there are several things that you should know to make this process as stress free as possible. They include [Continue]
Americans of all ages and backgrounds are encouraged to visit Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site in Buffalo, New York, the site of one of the country’s most important events of the 20th century. Background It was 1901. The Spanish-American War had ended recently. The Western Hemisphere was a burgeoning region intent on making its mark on [Continue]
The Breakwaters – Buffalo Waterfront Living The Breakwaters in the Waterfront Village of Downtown Buffalo NY is a community of 48 townhouses in the heart of the Erie Basin Marina District. Just minutes from the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, the Central Business District in Downtown Buffalo, the Theater District, HSBC Arena and Coca-Cola [Continue]
Frank Lloyd Wright’s fate was sealed maybe even before he was born in Wisconsin in 1867 when his mother decided that Frank was going to be a great architect. His nursery and bedroom as a youngster were decorated with pictures of buildings and other examples of architecture to inspire him. Wright studied civil engineering at [Continue]
Internet Relocation Resources Talk to anyone who’s lived in the Western New York Region for any length of time, and you will likely hear some variation of the same response I wouldn’t live anywhere else but Western New York! Today many of those that have moved away are looking to return back to Western New [Continue]
The world has changes significantly over the past twenty years. There are new ways to do business. No longer does one go to an office to work. Many Buffalonians are working from home. Across the USA this is a popular work solution for many business people. There are many Buffalo residents that are joining the [Continue]
Fall is nearly here, and now is the time to start thinking about preparing your home for the colder months ahead. Regardless of whether or not you live in a climate that dips below freezing, it’s still important to make sure you’re prepared for the coming season. Here are some great tips to get your [Continue]
You want to be on the market for as short a time as possible. You just interviewed a few Buffalo REALTORS and they placed great emphasis on how many days their listings spent on the market. So is it a good idea to determine the agent you select by the fact that they have lots [Continue]