This one escaped the attention of the Weekly Wright-up's Editorial Department last year, but it bears looking back to StructureHub's January 2010 post on Buffalo's preservation surge, first in a series entitled "Seven Cities Primed for an Architectural Renaissance."
Here's an excerpt from this highly positive article:
But unlike Detroit, where historic architecture is marked by sheer quantity and pervasive decay, Buffalo’s historic architecture is most notable for its quality... Most significant among these is certainly the Darwin D. Martin House.
Now, if that doesn't entice you to read it, I don't know what will. And no money changed hands with StructureHub, I assure you.
Thanks to Director of Operations Margie Stehlik for bringing this to our attention!
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