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Office space for startups and tech firms planned for former Wonder Bread factory

The $100 million project will include converting much of the main plant into commercial office for startups.
Credit: Bill Boyer/WGRZ

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Canadian investor Harry Stinson is ready to get to work on the conversion of a former Wonder Bread factory on the East Side with a new vision for the site.

Stinson, through his 356 Fougeron Inc. affiliate, has owned the 198,600-square-foot complex since September 2020, when he paid $897,000 for the building. He had planned to convert the nearly century-old building at 356 Fougeron St. into market-rate apartments as part of $30 million project.

But after other developers made pitches to buy the building for startup incubator space, he changed plans.  You can read the full story on Buffalo Business First's website

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