The Kaisertown area is a historic neighborhood located in the southeastern part of the City of Buffalo, Erie County, NY. It is known for its strong sense of community, and rich history. The neighborhood has been secluded with the introduction of the Interstate 190 to the north and the Buffalo River to the south.

The real estate market in Kaisertown consists mainly of single-family homes and small apartment buildings, many of which have been renovated and restored in recent years. The median home value in Kaisertown is around $100,000, with prices ranging from $50,000 to $200,000 or more.

Kaisertown has a rich history that dates back to the early 1900s, when it was first developed as a residential and commercial area. The neighborhood is named after the Kaiser family, who were prominent business owners in the area at the time. Over the years, Kaisertown has been home to many different immigrant groups, including Polish and German immigrants who left their mark on the neighborhood’s culture and architecture.

Today, Kaisertown is a close-knit and active community with a strong sense of cultural identity. It is home to several popular restaurants, bars, and shops, as well as several community events throughout the year, such as the Kaisertown Artisan Market and the Kaisertown Oktoberfest.

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Longitude : W79° 11' 32.1''
Latitude : N42° 52' 18.7''


Kaisertown, New York

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