CTRC – Buffalo Central Terminal Restoration – New York - Project Profile
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Central Terminal Restoration Corporation (CTRC) is planning to construct the Buffalo Central Terminal Restoration project in Buffalo, New York, the US.
The project involves the construction and renovation of existing tower which will be developed in phases.
The project includes the construction of residential units, office space, a four story baggage building, parking facility and related facilities.
The preliminary conceptual master plan is being prepared by Central Terminal Restoration Corporation’s (CTRC) Architectural Advisory Committee.
HHL Architects has been appointed as the architect. Zee's Property Services has been appointed as tiles supply Contractor. Urban Land Institute has been appointed as the study consultant.
Roof repairs and partially weatherproofing works were completed in September 2014.
In February 2015, CTRC issued RFP with a submission date of May 1, 2015, to develop the project.
In December 2015, Canadian developer firm Stinson Developments Inc was appointed as the associated developer for the project.
In May 2016, Stinson announced its intent to include 400 to 500 townhouses in the project.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of new and renovation of existing tower in Buffalo, New York, the US.
The US$100 million project includes the following: