Buffalo Business Report - Wednesday, October 12th 2016

October 12, 2016 - 1:42 am
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Ciminelli Real Estate Corp. has decided on a design and name for its $140 million project at the site of the former Langston Hughes Center building.  According to Business First, the 33 High Street Building will be an 11-story facility.  Development and approval is expected later this year.

Buffalo's newest Starbucks has opened in the Atrium at the Hyatt Regency Buffalo at Two Fountain Plaza.

The Crista Dashnaw Agency - Farmers Insurance hosts a grand opening celebration today from 4-7pm.  The agency is at 3062 Delaware Avenue in Kenmore.

Habitat for Humanity has announced a Dollar for Dollar Match of Donations Up to $50,000 from Harmac Medical Products, Inc.  The offer lasts through the calendar year.

The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation has formally opened up its grant application process for interested non-profit organizations.  Those applications are now being accepted through the Foundation’s website on an ongoing basis. For more information on the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation and its giving policies, follow this link.
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