BUFFALO, NY — A ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday evening unveiled the largest construction project on Buffalo's Lower West Side in 25 years.
The Greater Buffalo United Accountable Healthcare Network celebrated the grand opening of its new $6 million, 40-000-square-foot building. The new GBUAHN's new facility in the 500 block of Niagara Street is expected to pump $11 million into the local economy annually.
The state-of-the-art medical clinic offers primary, behavioral and wellness care to people in the community.
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