Neighborhoods of Buffalo, New York facts for kids
Buffalo consists of 32 different neighborhoods, over an area of 52 sq. mi The following is a list of neighborhoods defined by the University at Buffalo.
- Black Rock
- Central Park
- Cold Springs
- Delaware District
- East Side
- Elmwood Strip
- First Ward
- Fruit Belt
- Hamlin Park
- Humboldt Park
- Kensington Heights
- Lower West Side
- Masten Park
- North Buffalo
- North Park
- Schiller Park
- South Buffalo
- Vernon Triangle
- West Side
- Willert Park
See also Market Square Historic District.
See also Delaware Avenue Historic District.
See J.N. Adam-AM&A Historic District; Canalside District, Buffalo; Buffalo Theater District
The American Planning Association named the Elmwood Village neighborhood in Buffalo one of ten Great Neighborhoods in 2007. Elmwood Village is a pedestrian-oriented, mixed use neighborhood with hundreds of small, locally owned boutiques, shops, restaurants, and cafes. The neighborhood is located to the south of Buffalo State College.
See also Elmwood Historic District–West.
The Hamlin Park Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.
Lower West Side
See West Village Historic District.
See Parkside East Historic District and Parkside West Historic District.
South Buffalo, which was split by the construction of Interstate 190 during the 1950s, is troubled by the presence of a concrete crushing facility which is grandfathered in as a pre-existing use, while dust and truck traffic from the facility strongly affect residences in the neighborhood.
See also Fargo Estate Historic District, West Village Historic District.
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