http://www.buffalonews.com/city-region/ ... l-20151201A Canadian developer wants to redevelop Buffalo Central Terminal into housing and other uses. Now it remains to be seen if a deal can be struck. “It’s the most optimistic we have been about reactivating the building,” said Paul Lang, vice chairman of the Central Terminal Restoration Corp., the not-for-profit that owns the complex. Lang would not identify the developer, but said a six-month letter of intent was signed in November to redevelop the Art Deco marvel and East Side icon. The same company signed a similar letter a few years ago and nothing came of it, Lang said, but now it is developing a new plan.
Probable Central Terminal Developer Failed in the Falls
Harry Stinson is the probable real-estate developer with interest in purchasing the long-shuttered East Side icon. This week, the Buffalo News reported that a Canadian developer had designs to convert the structure into housing and multiple other uses. Central Terminal Restoration Corporation vice president, Paul Lang, refused to identify the developer, as is often the case when sensitive negotiations are underway. But a YouTube video from last July reveals that the man behind the proposal is most likely Harry Stinson.
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