South Buffalo is a neighborhood that makes up the southern third of the City of Buffalo, New York. The once-heavily industrialized district was home to many steel mills, automotive parts manufacturers, petroleum refineries, food processing, foundries, and machine shops. 

The real estate market in South Buffalo consists mainly of residential properties, including single-family homes, townhouses, and apartments. The neighborhood features a mix of historic homes dating back to the early 1900s, as well as newer construction. The median home value in South Buffalo is around $130,000, with prices ranging from $60,000 to over $200,000.

South Buffalo has a rich history that dates back to the mid-1800s when it was a rural area of farms and orchards. Over time, the neighborhood became more industrialized, and by the early 1900s, it was a bustling hub of manufacturing and shipping.

Home to South Park and Cazenovia Parks which are part of the Olmstead Park, Cazenovia Park is the larger of the two parks. It contains two baseball and two softball diamonds, a nine-hole golf course, a wading pool, playground, basketball and tennis courts, three soccer fields, as well as a casino, typical of the era when the park was designed. 

South Park is located along the border of Lackawanna. It also contains a nine-hole golf course, as well as two softball diamonds. The Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens is also in the park.

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Longitude : W79° 11' 1.4''
Latitude : N42° 50' 51.7''
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South Buffalo

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