Wyndham Garden Buffalo Williamsville Recognized as Hotel of the Year


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Buffalo, NY (April 7, 2015) – Wyndham Garden Buffalo Williamsville today announced it has been named Hotel of the Year for 2014 by the Wyndham Hotels and Resorts® brand, one of the highest honors in the hotel chain’s portfolio. To be eligible for the prestigious award, a Wyndham Hotels and Resorts property must have demonstrated superior execution in 2014 in each of the … [Read more...]

Ellicott Development seeks final approval for mixed-use project on Ohio Street

Article via Buffalo News By Jonathan D. Epstein The redevelopment of Ohio Street in the Old First Ward is gaining traction, as Ellicott Development seeks final approval for a planned mixed-use residential and commercial project facing the Buffalo River. Ellicott is seeking approval from the Buffalo Planning Board to build a five-story, 54,000-square-foot building at 399 Ohio, next to … [Read more...]

Brioso: Williamsville’s Best Kept Secret

Article via dine365.com Although the name, Brioso, is Spanish, the restaurant brands itself as Contemporary American cuisine with a Southwestern flair, featuring recognizable and market-driven foods with a tasty twist. Brioso is located inside the Wyndham Garden Hotel which sits at the corner of Main Street and South Forest in the Village of Williamsville. … [Read more...]

Four Buffalo residential projects worth $27.5M approved

Article via Buffalo Business First By Jim Fink The Buffalo Planning Board, unanimously, approved by investors who want to renovate the Bison Storage Building on Niagara Street into a complex anchored by market-rate apartments; a proposal by Ciminelli Real Estate Corp. to do the same with a six-story Washington Street building; two from Ellicott Development Co. — one to convert a vacant Busti … [Read more...]

Road Less Traveled leads to a charming, spacious new home

Article via Buffalo News By Colin Dabkowski Road Less Traveled Productions has found a new home on a well-traveled stage, in the heart of what may soon be a bustling neighborhood. The company announced plans Wednesday to move from its 90-seat space in the former Market Arcade Film & Arts Centre into the cavernous Forbes Theatre at 512 Pearl St. in time for the opening of its 2015-16 season … [Read more...]