135 Linwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14209
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- Office, Commercial
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Exquisite Building in Historic Linwood District – This is the first nonresidential building constructed in what is now the Linwood Historical District. It’s original owner was Dr. EJ Meyer, the Buffalo doctor after whom Meyer Memorial Hospital, now the Erie County Medical Center, was named. The property has also housed the practices of other well-known Buffalo physicians. It was constructed in 1911 and was designed by well known Western New York architect Duane Lyman who is also responsible for the Saturn Club, the Buffalo Country Club, Norton Union and Acheson Halls at the University of Buffalo, St. Paul's School in Kenmore, NY and St. Joseph's Church on Main Street.
Constructed on two lots, this property would be ideal for professional services, attorney office, financial, and non-profit organization. It has a complete security system including interior and exterior video cameras, an upstairs apartment, and an updated basement with two functional, spacious, wine cellars. Recent renovations include a new roof, copper gutters, LED lighting with energy efficient windows. Walking distance from the UB medical campus and downtown courts. It is also close to public transportation. 20 parking spaces on site.