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Generation Development Group is a community developer and consulting firm. Our focus is to continuously provide innovative and resilient housing solutions. The goal with every engagement is to create transformational communities that are activated through thoughtful design and integration with the neighborhood.
Who We Are
Housing is only one part of a more complex neighborhood solution. We believe success should be measured by the number of ways we can holistically improve lives.
We believe the best solution always begins with listening to stakeholders. Hearing directly from our clients allows us to begin building lasting relationships.
After hearing from our clients, our team works to identify neighborhood assets and underlying challenges that the community may face.
Working together, we design & develop a solution that is tailored to your community and building up its resiliency.
We work with communities to attract investment capital and other resources necessary to make the solution a reality.
Built during the early 1900s, Silo City in Buffalo, NY was home to the American Malting Corporation for grain storage and malting barley. In 1963, Silo City was decommissioned from the operation and has dwelt vacant for half a century. Now reinvented as a space for creatives, Silo City hosts Buffalo’s creative community of photographers, musicians, and artists of all types. Our challenge? To add housing options accessible to creatives from all walks of life while maintaining the existing culture.View the Project
Originally posted at: https://www-buffalorising-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/www.buffalorising.com/2021/06/inside-look-bring-the-silo-city-vision-to-reality/amp/ If you thought you would live to see Buffalo’s grain complexes turned into residences, you are probably one of a local handful. Even the lead architect on the Silo City redevelopment project never thought he would see the transformation, let alone play a key part in the effort. That’s not to …
Originally posted at: https://www.jpmorganchase.com/news-stories/going-from-banking-to-building-communities Marvin Wilmoth left J.P. Morgan to tackle one of America’s biggest problems: Housing inequality. Years later, he’s using his banking know-how—and the relationship he built with J.P. Morgan—to give sustainable communities a fighting chance. For the last 12 years, Marvin Wilmoth has worked on fighting housing inequality in America. It’s a …
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Originally posted at : https://www.niagara-gazette.com/news/local_news/developer-turns-his-sights-on-st-marys-hospital/article_07aef2c6-2d5e-5ace-aa66-8a15ed538f81.html A South End eyesore that once birthed generations of Falls kids may soon experience a rebirth of its own. Members of the city’s Planning Board have given unanimous approval to a site plan, submitted by a Miami-based developer, that calls for renovating the former St. Mary’s Hospital on Sixth Street …
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