Check out these downtown redevelopment parcels for sale!
810 Main Street consists of 10,100 +/- SF of brick office on four floors and attached
6,600 +/- SF warehouse suitable for indoor parking and/or the addition of upper floors.
Expansion plans for this parcel have received conditional approval from the City of Buffalo. Sale also includes 8 St. Louis Place.
8 ST. LOUIS PLACE – A 0.23 acre lot with curb cut, also suitable for parking, additional office/apartments or development site. The properties are one block from the Kensington Expressway and the Buffalo Medical Campus.
PARCELS WILL NOT BE DIVIDED.
Formerly the Harley Davidson showroom (retail), service (motor services) and warehouse, this single story long rectangular 50,000+/- square foot building has fantastic visibility on Bailey Avenue. The facility has approximately equal portions of retail, production and warehouse. The property is zoned General Business which includes retail outlet use and automotive services if with a new or used motor vehicle sales. This property is located just south of the Niagara Falls Boulevard (Rt. 62) and Sheridan Drive (Rt. 324) intersection in the Grover Cleveland Terrace neighborhood of Amherst, Metro Buffalo’s larget suburb. This fabulous and diverse property is also situated less than a 1/4 mile north of the 154 acre University at Buffalo South Campus.
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2505 Main Street in Buffalo, NY is 21,448 Sq. ft. on 0.47 of an acre in the North Buffalo section of the City of Buffalo. The property is a two (2) story facility consisting of two (2) buildings located at 2505 Main St. and 2514 Main St. The original building was built in 1953 and the back warehouse building was built in the 1950’s.
The building features a 2,500 SF showroom, offices, a workshop and a large warehouse space. The property has two (2) grade doors and one (1) dock door. Clear heights of 16′ are present in the warehouse space. The warehouse has radiant heat and also three (3) phase power.
There are drive-able ramps within the interior of the building making the workshop area, warehouse area and showroom area ideal for large machines or vehicles.
This building could be eligible for historic tax credits with direct links to the Ford Motor Company.
At the February 4, 2018 Meeting of the Board of Governors of the New York State Commercial Association of REALTORS®, Inc., Dana L. Crocker, (Hunt Commercial Real Estate, Liverpool, NY) was installed as Treasurer of the Association.
An active member of the New York State Commercial Association of REALTORS® (NYSCAR), Crocker serves on the Board of Governors and most recently served as Secretary for the Association. He also serves on the Annual Conference Planning Committee and was awarded the 2013 REALTOR® of the Year Award. Crocker was instrumental in organizing the Syracuse Regional Chapter of NYSCAR and currently serves as President of the Chapter. A licensed Associate Broker, Dana is also a member of the Greater Syracuse Association of REALTORS®, National Association of REALTORS®, New York State Association of REALTORS and the Upstate CCIM Chapter.
Check out this great property just one block north of Main Street, and west of St. Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church. 26 West Spring Street in Buffalo, NY was built in 1976. It is a brick two-story building that currently has a high-tech tenant who will consider short or long-term leaseback or vacating the premises. With an excellent location about three miles south of the Buffalo Niagara Airport and ½ mile east of I-290 and Main Street, this is an excellent development opportunity.
Our latest unique find is a notable historic church in Buffalo, NY. The Delaware Avenue Baptist Church was designed by John H. Coxhead, and is located between Utica and Bryant Streets. A stunning stained-glass dome tops this large space, which has a 6,500 sq. ft., a massive basement that spans the entire length of the structure, and three floors of meeting/office space, including a 700 sq. ft. kitchen.
Ever wish you could take a peek inside this piece of Buffalo history? Now you can! Check out the 3D Virtual Tour by clicking here.
Looking for a property with roots in Buffalo’s history? Check out our latest unique find! This historic brick beauty is a rare gem located near the heart of the Elmwood Strip at 333 Elmwood Ave.
A brief history
Built for Nathaniel Rochester, a wealthy attorney and direct descendent of the founder of the city of Rochester, this property was originally constructed as a hotel during the Pan-American Exposition.
The residence’s function changed during the 1930s as Buffalo experienced a housing shortage. Pre-war manufacturing caused an influx of working class individuals and families who needed affordable housing. To meet this demand, 333 Elmwood Ave. was converted into a rooming house: a temporary housing alternative with small private bedrooms that share a communal bathroom. It remained this way through the years and still operates as such today.
333 Elmwood today
This multi-family property is 9,684 square feet and has 16 rooms, 6 of which have private bathrooms. Each of the three floors also has a common bathroom. With off street parking and an ideal location just down the street from Oishei’s Children’s Hospital, between Allentown and Elmwood Village, it won’t last long! For more information, go to:333 Elmwood Avenue.
HUNT Commercial is pleased to announce the sale of 477 Main Street in Buffalo, NY. The property, which was a co-list between Chris Malachowski and Heidi Nuessle, was formerly home to the Martin Group. Commercial real estate brokerage CBRE-Buffalo moved its offices to the 5,700 square foot building in downtown Buffalo.
Thanks for all the hard work and great job Chris and Heidi!
The former North Shore Grill located at 5870-5872 Big Tree Road in Livonia, NY is getting an upgrade.
Owned by Cole Dixon Properties, LLC, the 6,193 square foot restaurant, affectionately referred to as “Key West on Conesus Lake,” is the only restaurant/bar on the lake with a dock. Its new lessee, Alison Demarco, will be changing the restaurant’s name to Hook & Spoon and is planning to reopen in August.
One of the crown jewels of the Finger Lakes region, Hook & Spoon will feature a private dining room, Tiki bar, built-in outdoor fire pit, outdoor stage, separate cottage, and spectacular views of Conesus Lake.
The deal, which closed in December 2016, was brokered by Eric Whitlock and Gary Thomas of HUNT Commercial Real Estate in Rochester. Both Whitlock and Thomas specialize in restaurant real estate.
HUNT Commercial Real Estate would like to thank Aly Luccari from Bright Organizing Solutions, LLC. for meeting with us to discuss organization techniques and solutions. Luccari discussed ways that organization can help with balancing life both inside and outside of work, as well as how being disorganized in one part of your life can affect the others. Luccari also shared her
11 Organizing Lessons From the Past 11 Years.
You are not broken, your current system is.
Everyone has a system that works; it just needs to be discovered and built upon.
It’s not about the stuff, it’s about how it is handled.
Empty space is good space; for your eyes, your mind, and your body.
The one tool everyone needs to be successfully organized is honesty.
Attempts to organize can get a person to a level 5 out of 10. (The day-to-day sweet spot is an 8.)
Working with a professional organizer can get a person close to a 10.
Goals for a business professional is to increase their bottom line, not their work-load.
Goals for the everyday individual is to increase their sense of space and clarity.
Working with a professional organizer saves hours of time and work spent organizing a space as an individual.
Everyone has enough. Enough time, enough energy and enough space. It just needs to be used to its fullest potential.
Aly Luccari started Bright Organizing Solutions, LLC. in 2005. Her business has grown from working in homes to working in offices with numerous business professionals. She works to establish unique organization systems and processes to support a variety of situations including professionals, creatives and solopreneurs.