WBEN Buffalo Business Report - Monday, July 10th 2017

Randy Bushover
July 10, 2017 - 5:05 am

Documents filed with two Buffalo review boards confirm Pegula Sports & Entertainment’s plans for an historic Cobblestone District building acquired earlier this year.  Business First reports the first two floors will house Labatt USA’s corporate headquarters and the street-level John Labatt Project featuring an 18,000-square-foot restaurant and pilot brewery.  Total development cost is pegged at $10 million.  Plans will be reviewed by the preservation board on July 13 and the city’s planning board on July 17th.

TOPS Brand Ice cream has been re-formulated.  The varieties no longer include high-fructose corn syrup or artificial colors and flavors. 

Explore & More Children’s Museum is seeking a Construction Manager at Risk to provide both pre-construction and construction services for the interior build-out construction and exhibit coordination of the museum at Canalside.  Responses to this Request for Proposals are due back to Explore & More by July 31st.  Parties interested in the Request for Proposals can contact Explore & More CEO Douglas Love at dlove@exploreandmore.org.

For the fifth consecutive year, the Mercy Hospital Comprehensive Stroke Center has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines® - Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award and Target: Honor Roll Elite Plus - the AHA’s highest level of hospital recognition - for its commitment to quality stroke treatment based on nationally recognized, research-based guidelines for care. 

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