Downtown Buffalo has grown at a quick pace in recent years. Where there was once vacancy and stillness, there is now occupancy and liveliness. Seemingly increasingly frequently, new establishments are popping up all throughout the downtown vicinity. While change can be frightening, changes happening almost daily downtown are positive in the eyes of many (although there is no pleasing everyone!).
New bars and restaurants, vehicles driving down Main Street, and plenty of new housing opportunities, exciting development is all around us who inhabit the downtown area whether it be for work, living, or just taking in all there is to see and do. In this Buffalo Business First article, Andrea Scibetta talks about the pride she has for both living and working in downtown Buffalo. Ellicott Development understands this pride as we offer residential, commercial, retail, and restaurant space downtown.
Our company owns a wide variety of properties downtown, including an important piece of downtown Buffalo history, the Ellicott Square Building. At the time of its construction ESB was the largest office building in the world. Ellicott also has commercial space available at places such as the Mohawk Building and the Lawley Building. Retail space is available at 91 Grant Street and buildings such as the Graystone hold both commercial and residential purpose.
Apartments in the downtown area include buildings like the Fairmont at 199 Scott Street. This building has aided in Buffalo’s growth. Before its renovation into luxury apartment units, the Fairmont Creamery had been vacant for quite some time. Similarly, 10 Symphony Circle is the former Grace Manor Health Facility and 14 North was previously the First Baptist Church.
Ellicott Development takes great pride in all of our downtown real estate and loves being able to call downtown Buffalo our home. If you’re interested in finding out more about finding a space to live and/or work downtown, visit www.ellicottdevelopment.com