Earlier this week I posted a photo showing the intention of the owners of Major Cool Off to retire and sell their business. A friend called for more information, so if you are interested here’s the scoop: Asking price- $190,000 which includes everything: the building, the parking lots, supplies, equipment ect. The building is 23… Continue reading Major Cool Off- FOR SALE
The City Planning Board approved the plans for a micro-brewery and tasting room at 1372 Clinton St yesterday. The article written by the Buffalo news summarizing the plans can be found here: Brewery at 1372 Clinton St Photo taken by Buffalo News
There’s a new message on the Major Cool Off sign on Dingens stating that the owner is retiring and the store is now for sale! Interested parties should contact via phone at 716-685-2425. Hopefully they find someone new to continue their delicious tradition!
Say Nice Things. When you talk about Kaisertown to your friends or family or neighbors, say nice things about it. One thing that doesn’t improve a neighborhood is telling everyone you know what you don’t like about it. Word of mouth travels fast- consider a restaurant review. It’s unlikely you’ll go to a place that… Continue reading 10 Ways You Can Support a Kaisertown Revitalization
Planting sunflowers on Clinton St.
Yesterday at the Kaisertown Coalition meeting Dr. Josh Bruzgul spoke to the group about his team’s plans for the old Pumpernick and Pastry building at the corner of Clinton & Pierce Streets. He also spoke to new plans for Ray’s on Clinton Street. The buildings will be used to house a variety of animal… Continue reading New Vet to Open Shop in Kaisertown
The following is a guest blog post written by Craig Spangler 1916 Clinton Street http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1916-Clinton-St-Buffalo-NY-14206/2103426830_zpid/ 1916 Clinton Street used to be called Newman’s and actually closed a month after I moved to Kaisertown. I only stepped a foot inside one time to ask if they served food. They didn’t and without stopping for a… Continue reading 1916 Clinton: Newman’s