WBEN Buffalo Business Report - Wednesday, May 3rd 2017

Randy Bushover
May 03, 2017 - 4:51 am

The NHL and the Buffalo Sabres announcing the NHL Scouting Combine will remain in Buffalo through 2019, with each of the next three events being held at KeyBank Center and HarborCenter.  The NHL Scouting Combine, which has taken place in Buffalo each of the last two years, showcases the top draft-eligible prospects from North America and Europe ahead of the NHL Draft. 

Delaware North has been awarded an eight-year extension to its concessions agreement with NASA to continue operating Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, the public component of the storied launch facility.  The early extension paves the way for the company to continue operating the visitor complex to 2028.

McGuire Development Co. has been retained by Pegula Sports and Entertainment to provide owner representation services for the development of the former Hi-Temp Fabrication building at 79 Perry Street.  Business First reports the entire project could cost as much as $40 million to develop.  Labatt USA will move its corporate headquarters to the complex and also run a pilot brew house and restaurant.

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