A group of heritage-minded developers are helping to make Buffalo's renaissance a reality.
The full content is available in the Summer 2014 Issue.
Commissioned for the opening of the new Courier-Express Building in 1930, the mural painted by Charles Bigelow and Ernest Davenport is a significant piece of Buffalo's rich journalistic and artistic history.
Before the turn of the 20th century, the now little-known architect Franklin W. Caulkins designed several downtown buildings, churches and exquisite homes. A few important buildings still remain.
Buffalo produced a wide variety of cast iron architectural elements used to embellish the Italianate mansions of old Main Street. The Squire Mansion alone survives.