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Title: Buffalo Waterfront Projects


1
Buffalo Waterfront Projects
Summary and Update Report
Rev. 1-May-2006
2
Table of Contents
  • Scajaquada Pathway Phase III
  • Squaw Island Park
  • Tow Path Park
  • Cotter Point Development
  • Erie Canal Harbor
  • Inner Harbor Parking Facility
  • Erie Canal Great Lakes Museum
  • Bass Pro Outdoor World Store
  • Times Beach Nature Preserve
  • Boat Harbor
  • Port-Outer Harbor Trail
  • Outer Harbor Greenbelt
  • Buffalo Lakefront Development
  • Tifft Street Trail
  • Buffalo Lakeside Commerce Park
  • Southtowns Connector
  • Seneca Bluffs

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3
SCAJAQUADA PATHWAY PHASE III
  • Project Summary
  • Completion of three (3) critical gaps along the
    pathway from Delaware Park to the
    Riverwalk-Niagara River
  • Scajaquada Expressway on/off-ramp to pedestrian
    bridge along Nottingham Terrace
  • Grant Street underpass
  • Niagara Street from Forest Avenue to USACE
    parking lot and I-190 pedestrian bridge.
  • Project Cost
  • Engineering/Design 150,000
  • Construction Support 100,000
  • Railroad Force Account 50,000
  • Construction 1,400,000
  • Total Cost 1,700,000
  • Project Budget
  • Federal TEP 1,360,000
  • Local Share (20) 340,000
  • TOTAL 1,700,000

Project Contact Daniel E. Kreuz,P.E.
City Engineer
4
SCAJAQUADA PATHWAY PHASE III
  • Project Schedule
  • Design Environmental Completed
  • Bid Contracts Completed
  • Construction Underway
  • Completion Spring 2007
  • Status of Project
  • Under Construction, 50 Completed
  • Final segment (Niagara Street) under
    construction.
  • Some elements on hold pending repairs to
    Scajaquada Expressway RR Bridge entrance
    engineering issues.
  • RECENT PROGRESS
  • Delaware Park and Grant St. segments completed.
  • Niagara Street construction re-started.

Project Contact Daniel E. Kreuz,P.E.
City Engineer
5
Squaw Island Park
Project Summary Squaw Island Park is located at
the north end of Squaw Island, between the
Niagara River and the Black Rock Locks. The Park
is being created by converting a 60-acre
municipal landfill with an innovative closure
concept approved by the NYSDEC and the heavy use
of new plant massing and wildflower mixtures.
The southern portion of the site will be used for
a combination of passive and active recreation.
The northern portion of the site will be used for
more passive recreational uses, such as hiking
and fishing. The Park is linked to the regional
shoreline trail system through the Riverwalk.
Project Budget / Cost Costs Site closure and
remediation 7 million Park Improvements 4.5
million Entrance Improvements 100,000 TOTAL
12.6 million
Project Contact Joseph Giambra
6
Squaw Island Park
Status / Schedule of Project Closure/remediation
Completed Phase I Park Improvements Completed Ent
rance Improvements July 2006 Phase II Park
Improvements Contingent on funding
  • RECENT PROGRESS
  • Phase I Park Improvements and closure completed
  • Entrance improvements under construction.

7
Tow Path Park Phase II
Project Summary Tow Path Park is located along
the Niagara River at the foot of Hertel Avenue in
the City of Buffalo. It is linked to the
Riverwalk and has been absorbed by the County
Park system. Phase I improvements included basic
re-grading, seeding, walkway amenities and park
furniture. Phase II improvements are intended to
enhance the recreation experience by integrating
historic and natural resource interpretive
opportunities as active playground features. It
will include conventional biking, lighted
parkways, parking (24-48 spaces), fishing access
and more extensive landscaping.
Project Budget / Cost Costs Design 100,000
Construction 726,000 TOTAL 826,000 F
unding Sources State Env. Restoration
Grant 300,000 County of Erie 526,000 TOTAL
826,000
Erie County Department of Environment and
Planning Project Contact Thomas Dearing
8
Tow Path Park Phase II
Status / Schedule of Project Phase
I Completed Design, Phase II Underway Design,
Completion Fall 2006 Bidding Winter
2006 Phase II Construction, Start Spring
2007 Phase II Completion November 2007
  • RECENT PROGRESS
  • Design underway
  • Advisory Committee created and met
  • Real estate ownership issues resolved

9
Cotter Point Development
Project Summary Cotter Point occupies 10 acres
of prime waterfront land along the Black Rock
Canal north of Porter Avenue. The Cotter Point
Development Plan is a 30 million master plan
that includes the expansion of Buffalo State
Colleges Great Lakes Research Center, a new
Eco-Lab and Teaching Pavilion for elementary
school education, a Community Boat Building
Center and Museum of Historic Watercraft and
Frank Lloyd Wrights Yahara Boathouse.
Project Budget / Cost Teaching Pavilion
200,000 Yahara Boathouse 5 million Great
Lakes Research Inst. 12.5
million Ecolab 2.0 million Community
Maritime Center 3.5 million TOTAL 23.2
million
Buffalo State College Great Lakes Maritime
Center Dr. Gordon Frazer, Exec. Dir.
10
Cotter Point Development
Status / Schedule of Project Master
Plan Completed Teaching Pavilion Completed Yah
ara Boathouse Spring 2006 Ecolab TBD Communit
y Maritime Center TBD Great Lakes Research
Inst. TBD
  • RECENT PROGRESS
  • Teaching Pavilion completed.
  • Yahara Boathouse Fundraising at 85 of Goal.
  • Funding for relocation of Army National Guard
    Center secured.
  • Program for Maritime Museum completed.

11
Erie Canal Harbor Project
Project Summary Waterfront infrastructure
project which includes reconstruction and
restoration of historic and cultural features, a
transit plaza, waterfront esplanade, maritime
facilities, access infrastructure and a new Naval
and Servicesmans Park.
Project Budget / Cost Federal Authorizations
14,323,832 NYS Thruway 11,700,000 NY
State 10,000,000 County of Erie
6,000,000 U.S. Army Corps 2,100,000
Buffalo Sewer Authority 2,000,000 FHWA
(TIP/City of Buffalo) 3,500,000 City of
Buffalo 300,000 TOTAL 49,923,832
Empire State Development Corporation Project
Contact Tom Blanchard
12
Erie Canal Harbor Project
  • Schedule
  • Naval Basin/Veterans Park (Phase I) Completed
  • Draft SEIS Completed
  • Final Master Plan Completed
  • Supplemental EIS Completion Completed
  • Record of Decision (ROD) Completed
  • Final Design Completed
  • Start Construction Underway
  • Completion Phase II October 2007
  • Status of Project
  • Commercial Slip under construction
  • Super Yard construction under construction
  • Museum Building and balance of site under
    contract.
  • RECENT PROGRESS
  • Naval museum demolished.
  • Naval Yard and building under construction.
  • Additional Federal funding obtained for streets
    and ROWs.
  • Additional State funding secured for South Basin.
  • Naval Museum building under contract.

Empire State Development Corporation Project
Contact Tom Blanchard, Florine Luhr, Mary
Coleman
13
Inner Harbor Parking Facility
Project Summary Development of a public parking
facility to serve the Inner Harbor Redevelopment
Project, including the Erie Canal Harbor, Aud
Redevelopment (Bass Pro), Erie Canal Great
Lakes Museum, Riverwalk Greenway Trail fringe
parking for Central Business District, and
associated downtown waterfront development
projects. The Donovan Building site is the
preferred location.
Project Budget / Cost Federal (FHWA) 13 .3
million Local Share (City of Buffalo) 3
million TOTAL 16 .3 million
Project Contact Joseph Giambra,
Commissioner
14
Inner Harbor Parking Facility
Schedule SEQRA/NEPA Fall 2006 Donovan Bldg.
vacated June 2006 Final Design Spring
2007 Construction Start Spring 2007 Completion
of Project Early 2008
  • Status of Project
  • Preliminary Design and final Environmental Review
    are underway.
  • Master planning for area in progress.
  • RECENT PROGRESS
  • Relocation of Donovan tenants nearing completion
  • Donovan asbestos abatement consultant under
    contract.

15
Erie Canal Great Lakes Museum
Project Summary An interpretive and visitors
center that will showcase the historic
development and geographical significance of
Buffalos waterways as transportation systems.
It will highlight the significance of the Erie
Canal and Great Lakes to Buffalo and the nations
development and serve as a major attraction to
the Erie Canal Harbor and downtown waterfront. A
site on the Erie Canal Harbor project site is
anticipated with an approximate size of 25,000 to
30,000 sf.
Project Budget / Cost Federal Authorizations
11,841,000 State Match 1,480,249 Local
Match 1,480,249 TOTAL 14,802,488
Empire State Development Corporation Project
Contact Tom Blanchard
16
Erie Canal Great Lakes Museum
  • Schedule
  • Select Design Team Spring 2006
  • Complete Design Fall 2006
  • Start Construction Winter 2006
  • Completion Fall 2007
  • Status of Project
  • Funding eligibility and grantee status under
    review by FTA.
  • Decision on NEPA review requirements under
    consideration by FTA.
  • Final site decision pending Master Plan process.
  • RECENT PROGRESS
  • FTA determinations pending

Empire State Development Corporation Project
Contact Tom Blanchard
17
Bass Pro at the Aud
Project Summary Bass Pro is proposing
redevelopment of Memorial Auditorium into a
destination retail center featuring 250,000 sf of
interactive sporting and outdoors displays,
12,000 sf restaurant and potentially a 100-150
room hotel. It will be the 3rd largest store in
the companys portfolio and is expected to draw
3-5 million visitors annually.
Project Budget / Cost Aud preparation
(ESDC) 35 million Store Buildout and finishes
(Bass Pro) 26 million est. TOTAL
61 million
Project Contact Charles Rosenow, Erie Canal
Harbor Development Corporation
18
Bass Pro at the Aud
  • Schedule
  • SEQRA Review Summer 2006
  • Interior Remediation Demolition Fall 2006
  • Store Design Summer 2006
  • Start Store Construction Winter 2006
  • Completion Opening October 2007
  • Status of Project
  • Leases and development agreements in process.
  • Area-wide planning underway.
  • Building investigations in progress
  • RECENT PROGRESS
  • Engineering consultant hired for asbestos and
    environmental investigation of Aud.
  • Structural investigation of Aud in progress.
  • Preliminary Master Plan completed.

Project Contact Charles Rosenow, Erie Canal
Harbor Development Corporation
19
Times Beach
Project Summary The project is intended to
address ecosystem restoration and public access
improvements. Erie County has assumed the lead
responsibility for the public access component of
the project with the intent that upfront
construction of public access can be credited
towards the Federal project. The USACE is
presently studying ecosystem restoration
measures. Long-term repairs of the confined
disposal facility (dike) also need to be
addressed.
Project Budget / Cost Public Access Erie
County 415,000 City of Buffalo 100,000
Federal/State 350,000 Eco-Restoration
Feasibility 50,000 Plans
Specs TBD Construction TBD
Erie County Department of Environment and
Planning Project Contact Michael Raab
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Project Contact
Michael Greer
20
Times Beach
Status / Schedule of Project Public Access
Component (Erie County) Phase I Completed Desig
n, Phase II Completed Phase II Construction,
start Underway Phase II Completion Substantially
Completed Ecosystem Restoration (Army
Corps.) On-hold pending Federal funding and
authorization.
  • RECENT PROGRESS
  • Phase II construction substantially completed.

21
Buffalo Boat Harbor Project Phase 1 2 (a.k.a
Gallagher Beach)
Project Summary The overall project includes the
construction of a boardwalk which extends the
length of Gallagher Beach, a protruding fishing
pier, a separate parking and launching area just
for windsurfers and jet skiers, and a small
marina with wooden docks. Public observation
areas and a continuous public path and driveway
will extend throughout the entire project
area. Phase 1 Construction of a boardwalk,
shore erosion control, small boat/pwc launch,
beach access for windsurfers/kayakers, public
parking, and a separate bikeway. Phase 2
Create a park setting on a portion of the Dike
Area. Park to include extensive bikeways, site
amenities (i.e. park benches, lighting),
landscaped lawn areas, and additional public
parking.
Phase 1
Project Budget / Cost Phase 1 Cost -
1,447,000  Phase 2 Cost - 1,000,000 State
Parks Capital Program 1.2 million
Niagara Frontier Transportation
Authority Project Contact Lawrence Meckler,
Executive
Director
22
Buffalo Boat Harbor Project Phase 1 2 (a.k.a
Gallagher Beach)
  • Schedule
  • PHASE 1 (Beach Boardwalk)
  • Construction was completed in Fall of 2001 and
    open for full use in Spring 2002.
  • PHASE 2 (Diked area) Completed - 2004.
  • State Parks Takeover Pending
  • State Parks Improvements
  • Playground and spray pool Bid Fall 2005
  • Start of Construction Fall 2005
  • Completion Summer 2006

Phase 2
Status Phase 1 COMPLETED (11/2001) Phase 2
COMPLETED (2004) Transfer to State Parks in
process.
Niagara Frontier Transportation
Authority Project Contact Lawrence Meckler,
Executive
Director
  • RECENT PROGRESS
  • State Parks takeover agreement approved by State
    AG

23
Greenway Trail Project
Project Summary The Greenway Trail Project is a
pedestrian-bicycle trail connecting the downtown
waterfront from the NFTAs DLW facility to the
Outer Harbor, via Ohio St., and providing a 2.5
mile trail along Fuhrmann Blvd. from the
northern point of the Outer Harbor at the Coast
Guard base to the existing Gallagher Beach
bicycle/ pedestrian path at the NFTA Boat Harbor.
The trail will entail constructing a 12 bicycle/
pedestrian path traversing the west side of
Fuhrmann Boulevard and the southern boundary,
median, and northern boundary of the NFTA Outer
Harbor property. The proposed project connects
the recently completed NFTA Beach Access
Improvements to the regional Riverwalk system.
Further, the project provides the next phase of
access improvements to the DLW Facility.
Project Cost Design, inspection
382,500 Land (NFTA) 430,000 Phase I
Construction 731,302 Phase II
Construction 1.2 million TOTAL 2.7
million Project Budget Federal Transit
Administration 980,000 Erie County
367,500 NFTA In-kind land 430,000 CMAQ-TIP 1
.2 million TOTAL 2.7 million
Project Contact Lawrence Meckler,
Executive Director Joseph
Giambra, City of Buffalo
24
Greenway Trail Project
Schedule Phase I (Fuhrmann Blvd.) Completed Pha
se II Design Completion Fall 2005 Phase II
Construction Start Fall 2006 Phase II Completion
Phase I Fall 2007
  • Status of Project
  • Phase I Completed.
  • Phase II Ohio St. portion
  • Final alignment approved.
  • Final design 90 completed
  • Construction start in late Fall 2006 pending ROW
    clearances.
  • RECENT PROGRESS
  • City has assumed management of Phase II
  • Additional federal funding secured.

Project Contact Lawrence Meckler,
NFTA Executive Director Joseph
Giambra, Commissioner, COB Dept. of Public Works
25
BUFFALO LAKEFRONT DEVELOPMENT
Project Summary The Buffalo Lakefront
Development Team (BLDT) has been designated by
the NFTA to develop their 120-acre outer harbor
property, from the Seaway Piers on the north to
the Port Terminal Buildings on the south. BLDT
is comprised of The Opus Group, Uniland
Development Co., VOA Associates, Inc., Urban
Retail Properties and BIDCO. The BLDTs approach
is to envision the Buffalo Lakefront Development
as a large waterfront park, which serves as the
natural extension of the Central Business
District. A Marina, Residential, Commercial.
Sports, Entertainment and Cultural Programs will
inhabit the mixed-use development. The existing
Seaway Pier will be developed as a marina.
Between the Marina and Bell Slip will be the site
of the Lakefront Park Residences featuring
townhouses, mid- and high-rise rental/condominiums
. The southern half of the site will be a
regional civic, sports and entertainment
destination.
Preliminary Program Boat slips 380 /
236 Marina Retail 34,000 sf Townhouses 143 Con
dominiums 580 Apartments 300 Town Center
Retail 30,000 sf Civic/Sports/Cultural 500,000
sf Estimated Investment 750,000,000
Buffalo Lakefront Development Team Niagara
Frontier Transportation Authority Project
Contact Carl Montante,
Uniland Development
26
BUFFALO LAKEFRONT DEVELOPMENT
Schedule Public Improvements Year 1-2
(2007-8) Marina Year 1 (2007) Residences Year
2-6 (2008-12) Civic/Sports/Cultural Year 3-6
(2009-12) Start of project contingent upon start
of Southtowns Connector/Fuhrmann Boulevard
improvements c. 2006
  • Status of Project
  • Memorandum of Intent executed.
  • SEQRA process underway
  • Advanced planning and due diligence underway.

Buffalo Lakefront Development Team Niagara
Frontier Transportation Authority Project
Contact Carl Montante,
Uniland Development
  • RECENT PROGRESS
  • MOI Executed

27
Outer Harbor Greenbelt
Project Summary The Outer Harbor Greenbelt
project area forms the western edge of the NFTAs
overall 110-acre Outer Harbor site. This
Brownfield remediation project is focused on a
20.3 acre land area along the Lake Erie Shoreline
beginning at the Pier Restaurant heading south
and including the area on the south side of the
Bell Slip. An additional request has been made
to the NYSDEC to extend the Greenbelt south 900
feet from the Bell Slip to the Terminal B
building and extending out to include the
proposed shore protection acreage. The project
is to include approximately 35 to 75 feet of
shoreline protection for the waterfront areas as
determined by property slope approximately 75 to
100 feet of green space approximately 4,250 feet
of lakefront access approximately 2,300 feet of
Bell Slip waterfront access parking
considerations and removal of existing rip
rap/concrete remaining on site.
Project Cost Engineering Design
700,000 Administrative 61,639 Construction
3,250,000 Total Cost
4,011,639 Project Budget NYS DEC Brownfields
Grant 3,610,475 Local Share (10)
401,164 TOTAL 4,011,639
Niagara Frontier Transportation
Authority Project Contact Lawrence Meckler,
Executive
Director
28
Outer Harbor Greenbelt
Schedule NYS DEC Grant Executed Design
Period Nov. 04 Nov. 05 Public Info
meeting May 11, 2006 (ECC) Bid/Award June
2006 Construction Fall 2006 Fall
2007 Completion Fall 2007
  • Status of Project
  • Final design and engineering substantially
    completed.
  • Pending final approval from NYSDEC.

Niagara Frontier Transportation
Authority Project Contact Lawrence Meckler,
Executive Director
  • RECENT PROGRESS
  • Final design and engineering 95 completed.

29
Tifft Street Greenway
Project Summary Completion of a crucial gap in
the hike/bike trail system along Tifft Street
from the George Hartmann play fields to Gallagher
Beach. Also includes Fuhrmann Blvd from
Gallagher Beach south to the existing pedestrian
bridge over the Union Ship Canal and the
connection to the Tifft Farm Nature Preserve is
also a part of this project. Project
Cost Engineering/Design/Admin. 120,000
Construction 1,050,000 Total
Cost 1,170,000 Project Budget Federal
CMAQ 945,000 Local Share(20)
225,000 TOTAL 1,170,000
Project Contact Daniel E. Kreuz,P.E.
City Engineer
30
Tifft Street Greenway
  • Project Schedule
  • Design Environmental Completed
  • Bid Contracts Completed
  • Construction Underway
  • Completion Spring 2006
  • Status of Project
  • Project substantially completed.
  • Landscaping and traffic signals to be completed
    in Spring 2006.
  • RECENT PROGRESS
  • Construction Substantially completed.

Project Contact Daniel E. Kreuz,P.E.
City Engineer
31
Project Summary Utilizing the distinct
waterfront feature of the historic Union Ship
Canal, this showcase brownfield redevelopment
project in the City of Buffalo has already
reclaimed over 80 acres of formerly fallow land
for an urban office and light industrial commerce
park, featuring a mix of low-profile flex
buildings near the canal and high-bay light
manufacturing buildings on the outer perimeter of
the site. The project offers a much needed
urban alternative for site selectors and
developers who are considering an expansion in or
relocation to the Buffalo-Niagara region.
Project Costs Land Use Planning/Environmental
1.5 M Demolition and Site Clearance
2.0 M Road and Infrastructure (Phase I)
4.0 M Road and Infrastructure (Phase II)
2.8 M Canal Park Development (Parcel 3)
TBD BLCP North Expansion (Parcel 4 )
TBD
Erie County Industrial Development Agency
Buffalo Urban Development Corp. Project
Contact Peter M. Cammarata
32
  • Project Status
  • Road and Infrastructure (Phase I) Completed
  • Road and Infrastructure (Phase II) Completed
  • Krog/CertainTeed Project Completed
  • Cobey Project Under Construction
  • Canal Park Development (Parcel 3 Underway
  • BLCP North Expansion (Parcel 4) Underway
  • Project Schedule
  • Parcel 3
  • Canal Park/Eco-Restoration Design 2006
  • Canal Park/Eco-Restoration Construction 2007
  • Canal Park Completion 2008
  • Parcel 4
  • NYSDEC ERP Investigation Completed
  • Remedial Action Plan (RAP) 2006
  • Road and Infrastructure Design 2006
  • Road and Infrastructure Construction 2007
  • RECENT PROGRESS
  • Parcel 4 NYSDEC ERP investigation completed.
  • Cobey project under construction.

Erie County Industrial Development Agency
Buffalo Urban Development Corp. Project
Contact Peter M. Cammarata

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Southtowns Connector/Outer Harbor Access
  • Project Summary
  • Waterfront access project to re-engineer Outer
    Harbor transportation system, including
    re-configuration of Route 5/Fuhrmann Blvd.,
    construction of new arterial connector from I-190
    to Tifft Street and reconstruction of Ohio
    Street.
  • Project Segments
  • Route 5/Fuhrmann Blvd.
  • Tifft Street Connector/Arterial
  • Ohio Street Reconstruction

Project Construction Costs Ohio Street
Reconstruction 6.4 Million Tifft Street
Connector/Arterial 33.5 Million Route
5/Fuhrmann Blvd (all segments) 81-97
Million Skyway to Tifft 32 Million Tifft
to Ridge 23 million Ridge Road to Route
179 26 Million Project Budget to Date Fed.
Funds Obligated 12.6 Million (design) Fed.
Funds Used to Date 7.6 Million Fed Funds
Earmarked for Construction 22.5 million State
Funds earmarked for Construction 10 million
New York State Department of Transportation Projec
t Contact(s) Thomas Messana
Gary Gottlieb
34
Southtowns Connector/ Outer Harbor Access
Project Schedule Release of Draft EIS
July 2005 Public Hearing August 10 11
2005 Final EIS ROD May 2006 Final Design
Engineering 2006-2007 Construction Fall 2007
  • Status of Project
  • Draft EIS Completed.
  • Public review and hearings completed.
  • Final EIS pending
  • Final design engineering funds available.
  • 22.5 million in Federal funding for
    construction.
  • Additional State funding for construction secured.
  • RECENT PROGRESS
  • Draft EIS released for public comment.
  • TEA-LU Bill approved with 17.5 million in new
    federal funding.
  • State agrees to additional funding.

New York State Department of Transportation Projec
t Contacts) Thomas Messana
Gary Gottlieb
35
Seneca Bluffs
Project Summary Seneca Bluffs is unique, 15 acre
habitat site along the Buffalo River in South
Buffalo. The Seneca Bluffs Habitat Restoration
Project targets 5 acres of the upper terrace for
invasive species removal control and restoration
plantings, as well as an ADA Trail, 3 fishing
access locations, a scenic overlook, a seasonal
aquatic habitat, improved parking facilities and
site security measures. Project
Cost/Sources City of Buffalo 100,000 NYSDEC
106,000 NYS Dept. of State 100,000 ExxonMobil
Fndtn. 5,000 Cornell Cooperative Ext.
4,000 Erie County (Cash In-Kind)
97,000 TOTAL 412,000
Project Contact Michael Raab,
Deputy Commissioner
36
Seneca Bluffs
  • Project Schedule
  • Construction Commenced March 2004
  • Invasive Plant removal Completed
  • Access Improvements Completed
  • Status of Project
  • Construction Substantially Completed.
  • Project Close-out underway.
  • Funding for additional improvements being sought.
  • RECENT PROGRESS
  • Substantially completed.

Project Contact Michael Raab,
Deputy Commissioner
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Buffalo Waterfront Project Schedule
  • COMPLETED -2003
  • Veterans Park, Naval Basin Vessel Relocation
    Erie Canal Harbor Phase I
  • Boat Harbor Phase II (Gallagher Beach)
  • COMPLETED - 2004
  • Times Beach Public Phase I Public Access
  • Squaw Island Park Phase I
  • Buffalo Lakeside Commerce Park Phase I and II
    Road and utilities
  • Shanghai Reds restaurant at Erie Basin Marina
  • Greenway Trail Phase I Furhmann Blvd.-Outer
    Harbor
  • CertainTeed at Buffalo Lakeside Commerce Park
  • Seneca Bluffs restoration

38
Buffalo Waterfront Project Schedule
  • 2005
  • Great Lakes Center Teaching Pavilion at Cotters
    Point
  • Times Beach Phase II Public Access improvements
  • Scajaquada Pathway Phase III Delaware and Grant
    sections
  • Tifft Street Greenway
  • 2006
  • Scajaquada Pathway Phase III Niagara Street
    section
  • Squaw Island Park entrance gateway
  • Commercial Slip at Erie Canal Harbor
  • Donovan Building demolition
  • Tow Path Park, Phase II
  • Cobey Project at Buffalo Lakeside Commerce Park
  • State Parks Boat Harbor Improvements
    Playground, Picnic Areas, Spray pool
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Boathouse at Cotters Point
  • Porter Avenue Streetscape and Access Improvements
    ?

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Buffalo Waterfront Project Schedule
  • 2007
  • Erie Canal Harbor
  • Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World Store at the Aud
  • Inner Harbor Parking Facility
  • Erie Canal Harbor Museum
  • Greenway Trail Phase II Ohio Street segment
  • Outer Harbor Greenbelt
  • Buffalo Lakeside Commerce Park Canal Park Phase
    I
  • Buffalo Lakefront Development Phase I-Marina
  • Erie Street ?
  • 2008 Beyond
  • Southtowns Connector Phase I Fuhrmann Boulevard
    (Coast Guard to Tifft Street)
  • Buffalo Lakeside Commerce Park Phase III ?
  • Steelfields Development ?
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