Uniland has won the Award of Excellence by NAIOP, The Commercial Real Estate Development Association for it's mixed-use developments in Buffalo, NY at Avant, 200 Delaware Ave. and The Delaware North Building, 250 Delaware Ave.
Since designing, building and leasing the first mixed-use development in the Central Business District of Buffalo, New York, Uniland has become Western New York’s expert in creating vibrant, dense and sustainable mixed-use spaces that incorporate a range of office, retail, and residential elements in a single location. Mixed-use projects help spur innovation, collaboration, and synergies, with notable Uniland projects including: The Avant building in Downtown Buffalo featuring an Embassy Suites, fine dining & luxury condos, and the Delaware North building with Class A office space, a Westin Hotel & the Patina 250 restaurant. Additional projects have been announced.
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