By: Rachel Weymouth | Edits: Vincent Sherry
The City of Light derives much of its splendor from its striking architecture. From the vast, historic houses on Delaware Avenue to the ornate churches in the heart of the city, these buildings are rich with character.
Specializing in city architecture, the Buffalo/Western N.Y. Chapter Society of Architectural Historians (SAH) intends to “improve and expand the documentation of and scholarly attention to Buffalo’s built environment.” Though there are very impressive buildings throughout the city, SAH is also interested in bringing light to storefronts, lesser-known architects and overlooked neighborhoods.
The group is made up of urban planners, researchers, librarians, architects and others who are enthusiastic about Buffalo’s architecture. Meetings take place every second Monday of each month. More information is available here.