1 1 Buffalo Street Grant: $81,000 Total Project: $1,350,000 Complete Exterior and Interior Renovation of four connected buildings; including new facades along two streets, new roofs, electrical, mechanical and HVAC systems, and new heated sidewalks.
2 8 S. Buffalo Street Grant: $50,000 Total Project: $160,000 Complete Interior Renovation to accommodate adaptive reuse, including new second story addition to rear of building; and new/upgraded electrical, mechanical and HVAC systems.
3 8 S. Buffalo Street Grant: $12, 263 Total Project: $30,000 Restoration of original masonry exterior.
4 16 Main Street Grant: $20,000 Total Project: $70,000 Restoration of Historic Façade, together with addition to rear of building.
5 16 S. Buffalo Street Grant: $20,000 Total Project: $50,000 Exterior and Interior Renovations, including installation of handicapped accessible patio, repaint entire structure, and upgrading electrical, mechanical and HVAC systems for restaurant and upper residential unit.
6 17 Buffalo Street Grant: $15,000 Total Project: $50,000 Exterior Renovations, including restoration of original wooden front window frames and re-pointing and resurfacing of remainder of entire masonry structure. Interior Renovations, including creation of new exercise area and installation of new bathroom facilities.
7 17 Main Street Grant: $5,664 Total Project: $20,000 Renovation of Rear Entrance/Façade, facing municipal parking lot, including structural repair of upper parapet walls and window lintels.
8 19 Buffalo Street Grant: $45,408 Total Project: $120,000 Complete Exterior and Interior Renovation of one lower commercial space and two upper residential units, including window replacements and upgraded electrical, mechanical and HVAC systems.
9 20 Buffalo Street Grant: $20,000 Total Project: $350,000 Complete Exterior Renovation, including two new front facades and one new rear entrance off a municipal parking lot; together with Complete Interior Renovation and repurposing of two story right half of building, including upgraded electrical, mechanical and HVAC systems.
10 22-28 S. Buffalo Street Grant: $6,321 Total Project: $15,000 Complete Exterior Renovation, including new roof, repair/ repainting all siding and trim, and installation of new shutters.
11 22 Main Street Grant: $2,625 Total Project: $6,000 Refinishing Cast Iron and Tin upper historic Façade
12 25 Buffalo Street Grant: $10,000 Total Project: $3,500,000 Renovation of Entrance and Lobby area; as part of a total renovation and upgrade of all 130 residential units.
13 31 Buffalo Street Grant: $11,291 Total Project: $25,000 First Phase Restoration of Historic Marquee Lighting
14 31 Buffalo Street Grant: $6,753 Total Project: $15,000 Second Phase Restoration of Historic Marquee Lighting
15 32 Main Street Grant: $40,000 Total Project: $650,000 Complete Exterior and Interior Renovation, including second story addition, and new electrical, mechanical and HVAC systems.
16 35 Main Street Grant: $37,990 Total Project: $120,000 Exterior and Interior Renovations, including installation of handicapped accessible patio area and new entrance door for commercial space, and window replacements for upper residential unit.
17 36-38 Main Street Grant: $4,758 Total Project: $10,000 Roof Repairs/partial replacement.
18 36-38 Main Street Grant: $17,375 Total Project: $40,000 Exterior and Interior Renovations, including new roofs, new façade and new flooring and interior finishes.
19 36 Buffalo Street Grant: $25,875 Total Project: $60,000 Renovation of Roof and Building Drainage Systems and elimination of basement flooding/reclamation of basement storage areas.
20 36 Buffalo Street Grant: $2,895 Total Project: $6,000 Renovation of Entrance Door and Installation of new energy efficient glass storefront panels.
21 37 Buffalo Street Grant: $21,301 Total Project: $50,000 Complete Exterior Renovation, including new roof, windows, siding and awnings.
22 39 Buffalo Street Grant: $8,060 Total Project: $80,000 Exterior and Interior Renovations, including refinishing façade and installation of new awnings, and installation of new floor finishes and bowling pin setting equipment.
23 40 Main Street Grant: $50,000 Total Project: $130,000 Complete Renovation of Exterior and Interior, including new façade, windows and doors, addition of new rear entrance off municipal parking lot, and repurposing and refinishing all interior spaces.
24 47 Buffalo Street Grant: $23,421 Total Project: $60,000 Complete Renovation of entire front of building.
25 48 Buffalo Street Grant: $10,000 Total Project: $65,000 Complete Façade and Interior Renovation to accommodate repurposing use of building space.
26 50 Buffalo Street Grant: $7,780 Total Project: $85,000 Complete Exterior Renovation, including new roof and restoration of original façade.
27 51 Buffalo Street Grant: $4,610 Total Project: $10,000 Complete Renovation of Façade, including installation of new energy efficient entrance door and windows.
28 52 Main Street Grant: $10,526 Total Project: $25,000 New roof and refinishing floors in upper residential units.
29 52 Main Street Grant: $21,376 Total Project: $45,000 Exterior and Interior Renovations, including new front windows and façade and new carpeting and flooring.
30 58 Buffalo Street Grant: $25,034 Total Project: $60,000 Complete Exterior Renovation, including entrance and resurfacing masonry, and retro signage and lighting.
31 81 Buffalo Street Grant: $12,378 Total Project: $25,000 Exterior Renovations, including masonry repairs, replacement of three front door units, roof repairs and installation of new awnings and signage.
32 86-88 Main Street Grant: $12,116 Total Project: $30,000 New Awnings and soffit/gutter repairs on commercial building; and repairs and repainting of residential structures in rear.
33 87 Main Street Grant: $19,180 Total Project: $50,000 Exterior and Interior Renovation, including restoration and repainting historic exterior wood trim, and refinishing interior surfaces of stairs, halls and residential units.
34 97 Main Street Grant: $40,000 Total Project: $200,000 Interior Renovations, new concrete floor, new storage room, and upgraded electrical service and HVAC systems to accommodate additional work stations.
35 189 Buffalo Street Grant: $13,776 Total Project: $30,000 Exterior Renovations
36 215 Buffalo Street Grant: $54,000 Total Project: $110,000 Complete Exterior Renovation, including front entrance/façade, rear entrance off parallel street, and side facing parking area and street, incorporating faux windows to break up large blank wall.
37 246 Buffalo Street Grant: $19,189 Total Project: $40,000 Exterior renovations, including entrance and facades facing two streets, together with incorporation of handicapped access ramp.
38 255 Buffalo Street Grant: $12,000 Total Project: $250,000 Complete Exterior and Interior Renovation to accommodate adaptive reuse of former gas station into a hot dog restaurant.
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