Buffalo Business Report - Wednesday, March 20th 2013
Canterbury Woods, an affiliate of Episcopal Church Home and Affiliates, Incorporated, has begun discussions with Kaleida Health about taking over the Children's Hospital property. Business First describes the discussions as "exploratory and very early." Canterbury Woods is reportedly considering turning the property into some sort of senior or elder care facility.
Calamar's proposed senior housing project for Lancaster continues to move forward. The company is seeking incentives for its $25 million Walden Avenue complex. The Lancaster IDA will consider that request next month.
Ecology & Environment of Lancaster reported second quarter net income jumped by twelve cents from a year ago, to forty-five cents per share.
At the recent ADDY awards, Gelia took the Advertising Club of Buffalo's "Best of Show" Award and fourteen total awards. Crowley Webb took home the most hardware, winning twenty-four awards.