Our Work

PBC's first significant Historic Restoration project in 1999. The circa 1890s building was literally falling apart from neglect. This project was a perfect pairing of young PBC needing a signature project and an inexperienced developer who needed a builder they could trust to fill in the many grey areas inherent of this work.

The Mansion on Delaware Avenue

Peyton Barlow was fortunate to have been low bidder on the first and last three phases of this historically significant project; and completed the renovations while working side by side with Nancy Redeye of Flynn Battaglia Architecture.

Gowanda’s Historic Hollywood Theater

Peyton Barlow jumped at the unique opportunity to save an historic WNY barn and repurpose the structure for the Buffalo Zoo's Heritage Farm Exhibit. Working along with many local specialty subcontractors, the project became a labor of love. Today it is a favorite exhibit for many, as it pays tribute to our farming past complete with pasture, Erie Canal and a packet boat exhibit.

Buffalo Zoo – Delta Sonic Heritage Farm

Arguably a pioneering venture into adaptive reuse of Historic Structures in 2005. PBC was given the opportunity to manage not only the construction, but also the development team for the Obletz Family. Five historic buildings in deplorable condition, and one new three story concrete plank addition woven together to provide the catalyst for the future redevelopment of Main Street.

Granite Works


1 Penhurst

The adaptive reuse of the historic former American Casket Co. in the heart of Allentown.

Allentown Lofts


17 Tudor


6 Main Street


Lafayette Lofts at LAPC


201 West Huron Lofts