“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..

Darwin D. Martin House Complex by Frank Lloyd Wright | Buffalo, NY

The Darwin D. Martin House Complex is an architectural complex and a National Historic Landmark designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the early 1900s in Buffalo, New York. Widely regarded as one of the masterpieces of the Praire School style, the complex consists of six buildings, five of which interconnected, by Wright, as well as an award-winning visitor center built in 2009 after a..

“Old Fort Niagara Bathhouse Opens”

Visitors to Old Fort Niagara will see a new building that actually, by design, pays homage to the destination’s past. State officials have opened the $2.7 million brick-and-stone masonry bathhouse, located next to the fort’s swimming pool. Rose Harvey, commissioner of the state Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, said the bathhouse was designed..

“Trio of Projects Shine on Upper Niagara”

Three reuse projects have been completed along Upper Niagara Street in recent months, adding to the corridor’s ongoing revitalization. Ellicott Development, Ciminelli Real Estate, and Regan Development have each restored historic buildings adding residential and commercial space to the area. Here is a look at the finished product: 1050 Niagara Street Ellicott Development converted the former..