Let’s work together, Niagara Falls! Our community can have a park, an events center, and quality jobs… without burdening taxpayers.

We have a chance to work together for jobs and opportunity, a park, an events center and a cutting-edge digital campus… all without burdening taxpayers with unfunded dreams and ill-conceived schemes.

But only if we work together.

Urbacon, one of the premier developers of commercial and industrial properties in Canada and the northern United States, has teamed up with Niagara Falls Redevelopment (NFR) to announce a landmark partnership to develop the Niagara Digital Campus. This innovative, $1.48 billion technology and data hub will bring thousands of jobs and cutting-edge technological infrastructure to the City of Niagara Falls.

Building on the unique strengths of the Niagara Falls area, the development will be energy efficient, low noise and blend seamlessly with the surrounding area.

As part of the proposal, NFR has pledged to donate land for Centennial Park and provide $2.5 million over ten years for upkeep and maintenance.

The jobs are real. The future is clear.

Let’s build ’em both.

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A Conversation with Urbacon’s Peter Russell

“Niagara Falls is missing an opportunity if they turn their back on this. Look around you—look at Pennsylvania, Ohio, other areas, and what they are doing. They are saying ‘Let’s do this.’ Why not here?”

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Local Media Highlights the Truth on Two Projects

Recent articles in the Niagara Gazette and Niagara Falls Reporter lay out the facts on Centennial Park and the $1.5 billion Urbacon project
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The Offer

NFR’s Offer to the City of Niagara Falls

Land for a park. $2.5 million in upkeep for 10 years. Training, education and scholarships.

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The Mayor’s Plan

No funding. No land. No plan.

Behind Mayor Restaino’s $150 million gamble.

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Jobs & Education

Urbacon will bring Niagara Falls into the future.

5,600 construction jobs, 550 permanent jobs, and technology for the future.

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New NFR Brief: Mayor's Proposal Violates City's 2009 Comprehensive Plan

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