The Graycliff Conservancy has been named the recipient of two preservation awards from local and state groups, both recognizing not only the completion of the historic Frank Lloyd Wright property’s interior restoration but also the meticulous craftsmanship and faithful adherence to the architect’s original plans and vision.
With the opening of the Isabelle Martin House at Graycliff, the investments by New York State and local private donors boost heritage tourism.
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Following a recent Buffalo News visit to Graycliff for a Facebook live video post, some of the lakeside home's design features were memorialized by writer Colin Dabkowski.
Channel 4's Buffalo Behind the Scenes Looks at Graycliff's Restoration inside and out on February 25.
Among the features of interest in Buffalo are the Frank Lloyd Wright properties that are completing their restoration processes in 2018.
Restoration of the two Buffalo area Frank Lloyd Wright-designed homes for the Martin family comes into full focus with the generous investment by the State of New York as reported in Buffalo Business First.
Canada's leading paper features Buffalo as an architectural destination of choice.
With state funding for the restoration of the Wright-designed property now assured, the Graycliff Conservancy turns its attention to enhancing the visitor experience.
Governor Cuomo's commitment to restoring the Frank Lloyd Wright legacy in Buffalo comes through this unprecedented investment in historic properties to boost economic development through tourism.