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Two housing projects, one for University at Buffalo students and the other for senior citizens, received a boost from the Amherst Industrial Development Agency.
At its June 16 meeting, the Amherst IDA unanimously approved an $8.15 million inducement package for developer William Zacher that will help him build an 80-unit assisted living center on South Union Road.
The Zacher project, called the "Dorchester," will be marketed to senior citizens seeking long-term residential care. It will be staffed on a 24-hour basis by nurses.
The Dorchester will be built on a vacant parcel just outside the Village of Williamsville's borders. The land currently …