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250 Delaware Avenue, architectural restoration, Terraclad sunshade

250 Delaware Avenue Showcases The Traditional & Modern Use of Architectural Terracotta

In early 2014 Boston Valley Terra Cotta was put under contract to supply the terra cotta cladding materials for the new 12 story mixed-used building planned for the existing Delaware Court building site.
Allendale Theater, Theatre of Youth, Buffalo NY, TOY, Boston Valley Terra Cotta, Terra Cotta Masonry, Allentown, Western New York

Buffalo, NY's Historic Allendale Theater Undergoes Architectural Restoration

In the heart of Buffalo's historic Allentown neighborhood, the Allendale Theater remains a cornerstone of the thriving artistic culture of the area.

Terra Cotta Mailboxes Make a Statement in UB Hayes Hall

An opening reception in the atrium of Hayes Hall marked the completion of the terra cotta mailboxes designed by student Nicholas Traverse and architecture faculty members Erkin Özay and Gregory Delaney.

Winning Design for UB Hayes Hall Mailboxes are in Production at Boston Valley

The student and faculty designed mailboxes for Hayes Hall, home to the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning, are currently in production at Boston Valley Terra Cotta.
250 Delaware Avenue, architectural restoration, Terraclad sunshade

Historic Masonry Meets Modern Cladding @ 250 Delaware Avenue

The 250 Delaware Avenue project is nearing completion in downtown Buffalo, New York, with tenants planning to move in this November.
250 Delaware Avenue, architectural restoration, Terraclad sunshade

Progress on 250 Delaware: Parking Ramp Receives Terra Cotta Façade

Construction crews at Uniland Development Company’s 250 Delaware Avenue have been busy camouflaging the attached parking ramp cornering Chippewa and South Elmwood.
250 Delaware Avenue, architectural restoration, Terraclad sunshade

New Capitals for 250 Delaware Avenue Combine Old and New Fabrication Techniques

Making components such as the pier capitals on the facade of the old Delaware Court Building shows the combination of old and new techniques involved in making highly detailed ornamental pieces.