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a view from recently demolished 669 Genesee Street

Monthly Row House Up-Dates

Follow these monthly up-dates to see the long slow process of "demolition by neglect" of one of Buffalo's historic land-marks. Remember this building was designated a "local-landmark," and sits diagonally across the street from the former Buffalo Traditional High School - soon to be the future home of Performing Arts High School. This building has been owned by the City of Buffalo since July, 2003.

update...February 2007 - if you are seriously interested in pursuing this project let me know. A local architect has recently completed a feasibility study that I can make available for your project.
DSCN1859 Woodlawn Row Houses - October 2005
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This cool map will orient you to 147-153 Woodlawn Avenue and this little 25 block corner of Masten bounded by Main - Jefferson and East Ferry - East Utica.

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  1. # Blogger Felcy

    Thank you for the info. It sounds pretty user friendly. I guess I’ll pick one up for fun. thank u.

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