Row houses, common in many east coast cities, were rare in Buffalo. As the turn of the century approached and urban land became scarcer and costlier in the booming city, a plan emerged to build a row of grand townhouses that would be appealing to those wealthy people who cared less about maintaining huge gardens. The block was called the Midway because it was located half way between Niagara Square and Forest Lawn Cemetery
. A number of well-known architects participated in the project.
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