Buffalo Rising: Fairmont Creamery Attracts a Good Match

Article via Buffalo Rising The newly renovated Fairmont Creamery (199 Scott Street) has attracted a new tenant. Match Marketing Group, a heavy hitting marketing firm that boasts clients such as McLaren and Adidas, has taken up space on the first floor of the Ellicott Development building, joining another high profile tenant, Pegula Sports and Entertainment. This particular Buffalo office … [Read more...]

Buffalo Rising: Henry Gorino talks about 905 Elmwood

Article via Buffalo Rising By queeneyes The corner of Elmwood and Delavan is is beginning to take shape. After years of sitting squandered, this prime urban corner is about to play its part in the renaissance of the city thanks to the actions of Local Boys Restaurant Group – Billy Paladino (Ellicott Development), Henry Gorino, and Chuck Mauro. The team is going to be bringing a restaurant … [Read more...]

Buffalo News: First look at Pearl Street Hotel

Article via Buffalo News By Jonathan D. Epstein City planners got their first look Monday night at the Pearl Street Hotel, the largest project ever proposed by Carl and William Paladino, who hope to add to the hospitality growth in downtown Buffalo with a 12-story hotel at Franklin and West Tupper streets. The Paladinos’ Ellicott Development is proposing to spend $70 million to $75 million … [Read more...]

Buffalo News: Paladino planning 12-story hotel at Pearl and Tupper

Article via The Buffalo News By Jonathan D. Epstein Another 12-story hotel tower could be coming to downtown Buffalo. Ellicott Development Co. will submit plans next month to the city for a major new mixed-use tower on a vacant surface parking lot just to the west of the Buffalo Christian Center at 500 Pearl St., which Ellicott also owns. The lot stretches from Tupper Street south to a … [Read more...]

Buffalo Rising: Construction Watch: 301 Ohio Street

Article via Buffalo Rising Work is underway at Ellicott Development’s mixed use project located at 301 Ohio Street. The silhouette of the building is now visible, comprised of steel frame and the formations of distinguishing branding monoliths. Phase 1 of the project calls for 21 apartment units on the upper three floors, two restaurants on the first floor, and 10,000 square feet of … [Read more...]