Wednesday, October 16th, 2013

Beautiful Buffalo

This week’s video is a short film promoting Buffalo. Called “Buffalo: America’s Best Designed City” after a quote from Frederick Law Olmsted, it features simply gorgeous visuals of the city. If the video doesn’t display for you, click here.

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Topics: Architecture and Design, Historic Preservation
Cities: Buffalo

One Response to “Beautiful Buffalo”

  1. Jeff says:

    I honestly knew next to nothing about Buffalo before watching this video (aside from brutal winters and the brutal Bills). I think it is very well done and told a compelling story. It was refreshing to see them tell the whole story, from what has worked to what didn’t. Every city has made splanning errors. Theirs have clearly had a lasting negative impact. That said, they own it and seem eager to attack those challenges.

    The redevelopment and civic pride they are experiencing run parallel to what is happening in so many cities across the country. Places that used to apologize for existing are now raising their flags and saluting the places they call home That is encouraging.

    Kudos Buffalo! Keep up the good work.

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