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BUFFALO, NY– Plans to redevelop an old, Buffalo eyesore have been given the green light.
The Buffalo Planning Board unanimously approved Tuesday a plan to convert the old Coffee Rich building into apartments, office space and a restaurant.
The work is being done by Ellicott Development and is expected to cost around $14 million.
The building is located next to the First Niagara Center and can be seen from the I-190.
Work on the project will begin this summer, with the first tenants possibly moving in by late summer or early fall.