In downtown Buffalo, a surface parking lot gives way to affordable housing and mobility hub

In downtown Buffalo, a place where parking spots can be found in great abundance but fresh food is woefully scarce, hometown architecture and engineering firm CannonDesign and developer Ciminelli Real Estate Corp. have served up a $76 million mixed-use development that helps to end the area’s reputation as a food desert, with a side of affordable housing and alternative transit options.

Anchored by a new, second location of venerable Hamburg, New York-based Braymiller Market (less a conventional supermarket and more an authentic market with a focus on fresh produce and other local fare), the newly completed 201 Ellicott transcends typical mixed-use developments in its

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