Luxury, Location & Lifestyle
Your home should reflect your lifestyle and give you the features and amenities you need to be your best. Whether you prefer living in the middle of the city, or if you prefer a more suburban pace, Buffalo Development has an incredible portfolio of residential apartment for lease. Whether you like traditional construction, sleek and modern style, or classic and luxurious, you can find a perfect apartment in Buffalo NY with Ellicott Development.
Downtown City Living
The Graystone offers classic downtown luxury, perfect for those who enjoy a luxurious city lifestyle. Built in Italian Renaissance style in the late 19th century, The Graystone is registered in the National Register of Historic Places. The redeveloped Graystone offers updated, contemporary designed unites featuring modern amenities and 24 hour tenant services. The Graystone’s close proximity to many of the cultural and entertainment destinations in downtown Buffalo means that you’ll always have exciting events and dining experiences at your fingertips.
Sleek and Chic Design
Overlooking the Niagara River, 960 Busti has been totally transformed from its original purpose as the a service building for the Buffalo General Electric Company. Now a modern mixed-use facility, 960 Busti features brand new residences, custom kitchens, stainless steel appliances, laundry appliances and more. The bright, open spaces will let you feel at home instantly, and the easy access to shops, restaurants, and I-190 means you can be active and connected with all areas of the city.
Active Modern Lifestyles
Located along the Buffalo River among the emerging Ohio Street Corridor, 301 Ohio Street has 21 upscale apartments, and also contains two restaurants, a boutique retail opportunity, office space, and plenty of on-site parking. The building features industrial design with modern touches, and the apartment units feature outstanding luxury amenities including balconies, riverside views, and access to recreational areas with volleyball courts and boat access.
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