WBEN Buffalo Business Report - Thursday, March 21st 2019

Randy Bushover
March 21, 2019 - 4:15 am

The much talked about 201 Ellicott Street project got a major push, with yesterday's announcement that Braymiller Market will anchor the mixed-use development. There are plans for 201 apartments as part of the project.  Officials anticipate an April 2021 opening for both the housing units and the market.

United Materials, based in Depew, has been bought by VCNA, the parent company of St. Mary’s Cement and other building materials firms.  Business First relates that terms of the deal were not made public.

Kelly Sullivan kicked off a campaign to save the USS The Sullivans - one of the ships anchored at the  Buffalo & Erie County Naval & Military Park.  Sullivan is the granddaughter of Albert Sullivan, one of the five Sullivan brothers for which the ship is named.  The goal is to raise $2 million for hull repairs on the ship.    

Chris Feeney, executive vice president and chief financial officer for Delaware North, will serve as keynote speaker for World Trade Celebration 2019, to be held on Wednesday, May 8th at The Westin Buffalo.  World Trade Center Buffalo Niagara serves as host for the event, which requires registration.  You can do that through this link: https://www.wtcbn.org/

 

 

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