BUFFALO, N.Y. — 43 North has arrived in Seneca One Tower and M&T Bank is not far behind.

And with that interest from potential office tenants in downtown Buffalo’s tallest building continues to rise.

Douglas Jemal, the Washington developer, who is investing more than $120 million bringing the 38-story tower back to life, said now that 43 North has moved into the building, office tenants are giving Seneca One a closer look. You can read the full story on Buffalo Business First's website

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