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Linwood Local Preservation District
Buffalo, New York
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Preservation District Expansion
Linwood Preservation District & Friends (online Jan. 2021)
On December 23, 2015, the Common Council of the City of Buffalo unanimously agreed that all of Linwood Avenue should be encompassed by the designation, 'historic'. The extension of this designation serves to unite the street and afford economic opportunity to those now newly included in the district.
The following is from the proceedings of that meeting (the whole of it can be found on the City of Buffalo website under Common Council Proceedings, meeting 14-1223, pages 260 & 270):
That after the public hearing held before the Committee on Legislation, the Common Council hereby expands the Linwood Historic District, which includes the properties from North Street at the south to West Ferry at the north, to include all of Linwood Avenue to West Delavan at the north. Specifically, it will include the properties at 482 and 472 Linwood at the south (West Ferry) to 728 an d729 Linwood at the north (West Delavan) and all properties on Linwood Terrace 15-24 Linwood Terrace and the property at 880 Lafayette Avenue, pursuant to Chapter 337, Article III of the City of Buffalo Charter;.....
Other addresses in the district:
|Street||Address - Even||Address - Odd|
||1524 and 1526-36||---
|West Ferry Street||850-894||851-929|
|West Utica Street||40-150||33-151|
Buffalo Historic Districts, in general:
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