Despite the wintry conditions, work is underway on Frizlen’s newest urban infill project at 1685 Hertel Avenue. The development will contain 16 two-bedroom apartments, two ground floor studio apartments, and two commercial storefronts. 16 garage parking spaces will be positioned behind the retail space, accessible through a center driveway. The project is modeled after a $2.7 million dollar development at […]
In a recent petition to homeowners along North Buffalo’s Starin Avenue, a road diet in the form of a change in parking restrictions has been proposed to calm traffic and improve safety on what is a primarily residential street. If everything goes as planned, the 7-9am and 4-6pm parking restrictions would be removed and parking […]
Hertel is hot. Businesses are opening left and right, and it can be hard to keep track of everything that’s going on. Here’s our take on what’s happening to the neighborhood in the near future (in no particular order): 1. St. Margaret’s Conversion – Iskalo Development Dating back to August 2013, Iskalo Development’s $5.4 million dollar mixed use project […]
Buffalo CarShare is looking to team up with a Hertel Avenue business/organization who is interested in helping the non-profit provide better access to transportation for the whole community. CarSharing works best in walk-able communities, with convenient access to public transportation, so Hertel Avenue is an ideal location for the next Buffalo CarShare hub. CarSharing is […]
The team will meet each month at Belsito where they will pickup supplies then venture out for an hour of picking up litter along Hertel Ave. After the cleanup, volunteers will return to Belsito for drinks and food. Each monthly cleanup will be posted as an Event on NorthBuffalo.org’s facebook. Keep North Buffalo Beautiful!!!
Buffalo Rising has the latest on Carl Frizlen’s North Buffalo infill project. Read more here…
North Buffalo now has it’s very own Farmer’s Market. When we asked the community what they would like to see in North Buffalo, a Farmer’s Market was among the top requests. After hard work and help from her volunteers, our Farmer’s Market Manager, Patricia Banning, was able to secure a home for the market and […]