Re-cycling Buffalo's Heritage: The Regenerative Re-use of 133 Tonawanda Street

Re-cycling Buffalo's Heritage: The Regenerative Re-use of 133 Tonawanda Street

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Statement of issue/problem. The presenting problem is the under utilization of existing structures which were constructed to have long life spans. Many of these structures could easily be adapted to many new programmatic and social usages for a community; especially in aging industrial cities, such as Buffalo. Finding a new identity as a twenty-first century city, through continued growth and greater diversification, is both a challenge and an opportunity for Buffalo and many other cities. The need to re-populate and urbanize our city is one which is becoming far more daunting as the population continues to decline.York. This project involved the re-use of a 1929, brick, in fill, concrete frame, four story building. The 58, 000 square foot ... a gas chiller heat exchanger which generates hot water for heating and domestic use, as well as heat exchangers thatanbsp;...


Title:Re-cycling Buffalo's Heritage: The Regenerative Re-use of 133 Tonawanda Street
Author: Andrew Gordon Petruzzelli
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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