Congratulations to our Wendy Ferrie for winning the T-Shirt Design Contest!
Thank you to everyone that voted!
Help us vote for our Annual Holiday T-Shirt Design Contest! Click the link below and pick a design! There are two options, so if you pick one above or below just make sure you click the "Bowling Team" picture on the other option! We will share the winner with you on Friday! #Happyvoting
This year we decided to have a little Halloween party! Look at all these great costumes!
Today we joined our community for the groundbreaking of Buffalo City Mission’s new facility. From the first moments of this commission, we knew that we were a part of something that would change lives. We are so very honored and humbled to be on the City Mission team with McGuire Development and RP Oak Hill Construction.
The Final Product
Check out the new mural in our neighborhood! #Buffalove
Coming to see us Thursday August 30, or Friday August 31st? If so you won't be able to get to us by Mohawk St. We suggest parking on Main St. if you can!
Congratulations to Patrick Sheedy for becoming a Professional Engineer and to Todd Piotrowski for getting his NCIDQ Certification!
Our interiors intern, Rachel Crane won 2nd place in the IIDANY Student Awards this past Thursday! It was an honor to watch her grow this year and be a part of the celebration on her accomplishment. Congratulations again Rachel, we can't wait to see what comes next for you.
Happy Birthday to us! We love designing Buffalo and couldn't do it without our amazing team, great clients, and friends that we have made over the years. Here's to another great year!
This year marked our 10th year of partnering with Tops Friendly Markets for Food 2 Families by Food Bank of WNY. The last ten years have made our hearts happy knowing the creations we have made with every can and box of food we have been part of feeding many families during the Holiday Season. We might not have met any of our records like we have in the past but we got to share this tradition with many of our new employees and are excited to see what we can create next year!
It was such an honor to be part of the ribbon cutting for Highland School Apartments. Thank you People Inc, Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul, Mayor of Tonawanda Rick Davis, and Chris Jacobs for letting us be a part in this ceremony. Speaking with the new tenants was something we will never forget. When you make plans for a building you don't always realize how much of an impact it will have on peoples lives. When you get to hear how safe and at home people feel in a space you had a hand in designing, it reaffirms our love of architecture and our belief that it can truly make a difference. We would like to congratulate our own Wendy Ferrie, Fred Kubus, and Lee Schlatterer on their hard work and dedication to this project.
Have you ever been to our office? If your answer is yes then you might have taken our elevator where you pinched your fingers on the gate, slammed the door, or just stared at it because you weren't really sure what to do. Well we have some good news, we are getting a new elevator! But that means for the next few weeks if you do come visit us again you will have to take the stairs. We like to think of it as our new work out program before the holidays! Check out our video and see how many of us we jammed into it one last time!
There's beauty in community history, and we're honored to be a part of the team that's re-imagining and redesigning Larkinville one brick at a time! To celebrate the construction of the new AP Lofts at 545 Swan Street, there will be a groundbreaking ceremony on September 6th.
The AP Lofts is a mixed-use historic adaptive re-use project, delivering modern loft style apartments at the site of the former Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company warehouse that was built in 1910.
Partnering with KCG Development and RP Oak Hill Development, we're creating 147 apartments with two stories of interior mezzanine parking within the existing envelope of this historic property.
AP Lofts in Larkinville
Project Groundbreaking September 2017
On August 3 2017, Michigan Broadway LLC along with State and local officials held a groundbreaking ceremony for the Nash Lofts Project at the corner of Michigan and Broadway in the city of Buffalo.
Plans include turning this trio of buildings along the so-called Dallenbach Block into a mixed-use development anchored by 18 apartments, a restaurant, and office space for the local NAACP.
In case you missed it, read up on thoughts and best wishes from the attendees courtesy of Governor Andrew Cuomo here!