On February 14, 2019, I was proud to represent BOMA Buffalo when the Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Program was signed into law in Erie County.
PACE has the potential to greatly benefit the commercial buildings of Erie County with easy and affordable access to long-term capital used to install energy efficiency and renewable energy improvements that lower energy costs, improve the building stock of the community and lower pollution for the region. PACE creates a mechanism that allows a building owner to repurpose money currently being spent on utilities into needed capital improvements.
Michael Cuviello, Buffalo Office Interiors
Joe Arlotta, Customer & Business Development @ MJ Mechanical
What is one of your favorite quotes?
“Sometimes you eat the Bear, Sometimes the Bear eats you”
What is your favorite form of exercise?
Where is your hometown?
What is the tallest building you have been to the top of?
What accomplishment are your most proud of?
Raising 2 successful, independent, drama free kids
What is your favorite thing about your career?
Getting to meet different people and companies in the Buffalo area
If you could witness any event, past, present or future, what would it be?
Buffalo Bills in the Super Bowl
Buffalo Urban Development Corporation has loan funding available up to $750,000 for adaptive reuse and new construction projects in downtown Buffalo. Click here to view the guidelines and application.
Please note that the deadline for Quarter 1 proposals is Friday, March 29 at 4pm. Please contact Brandye Merriweather at 716-856-6525, ext. 131 if you are interested in submitting a proposal.
January 23rd BOMA Meeting - Board Installation & HVAC Panel