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“Construction Watch: Nineteen North”

The Nineteen North apartment building in Allentown is nearing completion, one of a growing number of ground-up apartment projects being constructed outside of downtown. First Amherst Development is constructing the four-level, 39 unit luxury apartment building one block west of Main Street. The building will include parking for forty cars on the first level and 24 two-bedroom..

“Following a $2-Million Dollar and 12 Month Historic Restoration, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Barton House is Ready to Welcome Visitors”

This Buffalo residence helped propel the Midwestern architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, to national recognition. The house, an exemplar of Wright’s early Prairie style, was the first of six interconnected structures built for a unique residential complex known as the Darwin D. Martin House: and the final architectural piece of the estate to be restored. Its..



“Frank Lloyd Wright’s Barton House Opens to the Public After a Full Restoration”

After a $2-million total restoration, the Frank Lloyd Wright–designed George and Delta Barton House in Buffalo, New York, is once again open for visitors. The Barton House, built in 1903–1905 as one of six interconnected buildings on the Darwin D. Martin House residential compound, was Wright’s first East Coast commission and introduced the Prairie School to the public. The..

“Tour a Restored Frank Lloyd Wright Home in Buffalo”

Homes designed by the late American architect Frank Lloyd Wright continue to be a big draw for architecture aficionados across America. Several of his designs, including a circular home designed for his son and daughter-in-law in Phoenix and a temple-like house in Los Angeles, are currently on the market. But if you want to see his architectural prowess in person before..

“Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House Now Open to Visitors in Buffalo, NY”

Frank Lloyd Wright’s George and Delta Barton House again welcomes visitors, following a $2-million historic restoration of the 1903 Buffalo residence that helped propel the Midwestern architect to national recognition. The house, an exemplar of Wright’s early Prairie style, was the first of six interconnected structures built for a unique residential complex known as the Darwin..