Businessman James Sandoro is developing the project as a part of the Buffalo Transportation/Pierce-Arrow Museum. It is hoped that work can start in April or May, with the replica station slated to open next year. As described in the article:
One major shift with the filling station is that it will now be enclosed in a steel and glass structure that may peak at six stories tall. The 60,000-square-foot structure -- slated for the corner of Carroll Street, Michigan Avenue and Seneca Street, soon to be renamed Frank Lloyd Wright Place -- will make it a year-round attraction rather than a seasonal draw.
Seems like a bizarre way to keep your art from being left out in the rain. I have an alternative suggestion: instead of putting so much effort into bringing another fossil fuel depot into the world (albeit a well designed one) how about an alternative fuel station that is built around Wright's principles? Now that would be a tribute!