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Eric Tudor of Tudor Collins Commercial Real Estate represented the Howling Rooster Restaurant in their recent expansion from Kenmore Avenue to Englewood Avenue in Kenmore.

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M&T Corporate ReUse Division doubles size on Sonwil Drive, Cheektowaga, NY with the assistance of Tudor Collins Commercial Real Estate.

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Collins of Tudor Collins: Exclusive Broker for Sonwil Distribution

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Patricia Collins was named the 2015 Transaction Volume Award Winner by the Western New York Chapter of the New York State Commercial Association of REALTORS® (NYSCAR) on February 11, 2016.


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Eric Tudor is helping to lead leasing of the historic Bewley Building in Lockport, NY. The building offers 17,000 square feet of commercial space in real estate previously used by art collector Charles Rand Penney.

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CoStar Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSGP) announced that Tudor Collins, CRE, was selected as a 2015 CoStar Power Broker® Top Leasing Award Winner for the Buffalo-Niagara region. The award recognizes Tudor Collins, CRE for performing at the highest levels in commercial real estate brokerage.

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Tudor Collins is part of the releasing of nearly 13,000 square feet of commercial space in Lockport in the building where art collector Charles Rand Penney previously kept part of his vast collection. The asking price is $12 per square foot for the ground floor and $10 a foot on the other floors.


FASB to Issue New Standard Moving Trillions of Dollars onto Corporate Balance Sheets, Though Rules Won't Take Effect Until 2019


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Continued Investor Demand Expected to Keep U.S. Apt. Sales Strong in 2016, Though at More Moderate Pace. Activity of Foreign Buyers Could Be a 'Wild Card'

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Congress has passed and the President has signed into law, sweeping legislation of more than two-thousand pages to fund the Federal Government for Fiscal Year 2016. The new legislation will put an end to the series of stop-gap funding measures known as “Continuing Resolutions” that have funded the government since the start of FY 2016 on October 1, 2015. This new bill will expire in September 2016. The real estate related provisions are listed below:


The Niagara County Industrial Development Agency approved a series of tax breaks that will help a manufacturer of cardio equipment and other related machines expand its operations. Jacobs Ladder LLC received unanimous approval from the NCIDA’s directors for the incentives requested to help finance plans to purchase a vacant Walmore Road building and turn it into its corporate headquarters and manufacturing center. READ MORE....

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