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      Buffalo, New York - ground floor office use in neighborhood retail district
      Buffalo, New York - ground floor office use in neighborhood retail district

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      Dan


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      Registered: March 1996
      Location: Upstate New York
      Posts: 14,627
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      Social service agencies and offices located on the ground floor in retail areas create no pedestrian traffic that would contribute to street animation. This example is in Buffalo's University Heights neighborhood.
      · Date: 2003-10-6 · Views: 5,883
      · Filesize: 97.0kb, 255.6kb · Dimensions: 1280 x 960
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