BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Is Bass Pro on the hook yet? No. But planners hope to have asigned lease with the sports retailer within a couple ofmonths.
That's the word from Harbor Development Corporation ChairmanJordan Levy who rolled out plans for 115 waterfront events onMonday. He says everything is falling into place for a Bass Prostore here.
Levy stated, "As you know, we went through the governmentalprocess, which didn't get completed until late March. Since then,we put a lease together, we've been in negotiations with them. Iwould hope that within the next 60 days we have a signed lease withBass Pro to locate on the waterfront."
Levy says its not a done deal, but it's close, and that Bass Prois just one component in a massive waterfront development projectcovering more than a million acres.
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