Queen City Pop Up Now Accepting Applications for 2016 Holiday Edition
Mayor Byron W. Brown, Buffalo Urban Development Corporation (BUDC), Buffalo Place and Working for Downtown are looking for local small businesses to participate in the 2016 Holiday Edition of Queen City Pop Up, downtown's first pop up retail initiative aimed at growing business along downtown Main Street. Applications are now available for retailers interested in receiving free storefront space as part of the 2016 Holiday Edition of the Queen City Pop-Up program. See the application below.
BUDC is now Accepting Applications for Downtown Adaptive Reuse Projects
We are now accepting applications for the Buffalo Building Reuse Loan Fund (BBRLF), which provides low interest gap financing for adaptive reuse projects in downtown Buffalo. Eligible projects may receive a maximum of $750,000 in financing for up to 54 months. Projects will be reviewed on a quarterly basis. The deadline for third quarter applications is September 30, 2016. Click on the link below for application.
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Identifying downtown Buffalo development opportunities is even easier with the release of a new guide that provides investors with a profile of downtown's greatest assets and a listing of available tools and incentives. The guide also identifies over 20 unique parcels ready for redevelopment.
Sponsored by National Grid, the guide is the result of a collaborative partnership between Mayor Byron W. Brown, Chairman of the Buffalo Urban Development Corporation, Buffalo Niagara Partnership, Buffalo Niagara Enterprise, CBRE Buffalo, and Buffalo Place.
To view a press release about the guide's debut, click here.
To download the guide, click here.