Buffalo, NY – Mayor Byron W. Brown today reminds City of Buffalo residents and those who work and play in downtown Buffalo to submit comments on the proposals from the three finalists for redevelopment of the Mohawk Parking Ramp site.
“The Mohawk Parking Ramp site presents a unique opportunity to create a substantial mixed-use development near some of Buffalo’s largest office buildings, prized entertainment and restaurant venues, and transit, including the NFTA metro rail and numerous NFTA bus lines,” Mayor Brown said. “Now we want to hear from the public on the proposals submitted by the three finalists. This is a great opportunity to have a voice in what will be a game-changing project in the heart of downtown Buffalo.”
Proposals from BFC Partners/CB Emmanuel Realty, Douglas Development, and SAA-EVI/ McGuire Development were selected from a field of six submissions as best fitting the City’s vision for the prime downtown site.
Community members can learn more about the proposals from the three development team finalists, including overviews and key element highlights, and take the proposal survey by visiting: www.buffalony.gov/Mohawk.
The survey will be live for comment submissions through Friday, October 8, 2021 at 5 p.m. Comments are limited to 1000 characters.
All comments will be shared with the Mayor’s Office of Strategic Planning Development Team and members of the Mohawk Ramp Selection Committee.
The next session of PlayStreets will be held Thursday, October 7, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Glenwood/New Box Park, 179 Box St. Next week’s sessions will take place at Lanigan Park, 380 South Park Ave., on October 12 and October 14.
In addition to free fitness gear, participants will receive a healthy snack and bottled water.
PlayStreets is sponsored by Independent Health and supported by the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation, in partnership with City of Buffalo Block Clubs. Youth who have not previously participated in PlayStreets events are asked to register at: buffalopal.com.
The City’s Fall Bulk Trash Collection is taking place today through Saturday, October 9th in the Lovejoy District. Residents are asked to have their bulk trash items at the curb to make sure they don’t miss Monday’s start of collections.
Curbside bulk trash piles cannot exceed 12 ft. long, 3 ft. wide and 3 ft. high. Tires and Electronic trash, such as televisions and computers, are not allowed to be placed in bulk trash. Residents are also asked to follow all posted parking restrictions to give crews access to curbside bulk trash.