Seneca One invites the public to see results of massive renovation project through series of new events
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Buffalo’s tallest building is coming back to life.
There are people living in Seneca One for the first time, and it’s also a growing hub for technology and innovation in downtown Buffalo. Now, members of the public who are interested in seeing the results of Douglas Jemal’s more than $100 million dollar development project at the tower will have the opportunity to check it out, too.
Seneca One has been hosting small group tours two days a week, which will continue into the fall on Wednesdays and Fridays. They’ve also announced two outdoor ticketed events in October, a dog adoption event on October 10, and a Bills watch party on for the primetime game against Kansas City on Thursday, October 15.
There’s a new food hall on the building’s third-floor lobby, which is open to the public Monday – Friday from 7:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m, featuring
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Camping World in Allegheny Township is buzzing with activity.
Amid ongoing construction for a renovation project, the store is also one of 164 locations nationwide hosting the Ultimate RV Show, a virtual event taking place over the course of five days. The event started Wednesday and is running through Sunday.
“It’s a great way to kind of educate the new campers into the market and allow the seasoned campers to review more (RVs) without putting their health at risk,” said Sang Hoang, general manager of the chain’s location in Allegheny Township.
Individuals can register for a host of livestreamed RV tours, as well as webinars with experts for camping tips and advice.
The show includes various deals as it showcases around 19,000 RVs available for purchase across the