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Preservation Board to tackle addition planned behind Delaware Ave. mansion

Plans to put an addition on a carriage house behind a Delaware Avenue mansion are among the proposals going before the City of Buffalo Preservation Board on Thursday.

The address of the project, being undertaken by Courier Capital Corp., is 1114 Delaware Ave., at Highland Avenue. Courier Capital bought the property in October from the Protestant Episcopal Diocese of Western New York for $650,000.

The company wants to split the mansion property from the carriage house property, making the carriage house its own residential property, a representative said last week.

Bradley Hamm, an aide to Delaware Council Member Michael J. LoCurto, told the city Zoning Board of Appeals on Wednesday that the property sits in the Linwood Preservation District. Hamm also said the Council office received two emails in opposition to it. 

Here's the Preservation Board's full agenda.

The board meets at 3 p.m. in Room 901 in City Hall.

--Aaron Besecker
Follow me on Twitter: @BeseckerBN

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