Avant is showing itself off on Facebook. An 'Avant- Countdown to Opening' group has been created to supply project news and updates. The former Dulski federal building at 200 Delaware Avenue is currently being converted into a mixed-use complex by Uniland Development Co. Renderings from the site show the interior finishes and a few of the views anticipated from the condominiums topping the building.
The Avant will include a 150-room Embassy Suites hotel on the first seven floors and 128,000 sq.ft. of office space on floors 8 through 12. Law firm Damon & Morey has signed-on for two floors, or roughly 51,000 sq.ft. of office space. Each use will have separate entrances and elevators, but will share many of the Embassy Suites features and services. A two-story glass enclosed restaurant and an Espresso bar are planned for the first floor. The hotel is now accepting reservations for "arrival July 1 and beyond."
A master bedroom on the 16th floor facing Northwest. Each master suite includes a generous custom closet, shower and Jacuzi tub with Grohe fixtures.
Condominium owners will have access to 24-hour concierge services, room service and valet underground parking. Buyers will have their own fitness center and party and conference rooms.
Residences at Avant range from a one-bedroom unit priced in the mid-$300's to a three-bedroom residence with a base price of $1,730,000. Eight of the 27 condominium units being offered in the building are priced at over $1 million. Uniland confirms that at least three of the $1 million+ units are already spoken for. A total of 18 are priced over $500,000.
Residences in the $85 million project are expected to be ready this fall.
Get Connected: Uniland, 716.834.5000
Above: An Auburn Watson kitchen with the Northwest view on the 16th floor. Penthouse floor ceilings start at 18 feet at the glass and come down in the more personal spaces. Finished ceilings on the 14th and 15th floor are 10 feet.
Entry Image: The Southeast view from the 16th floor , this is the largest residence in the building with approx. 3,800 square feet. Note that it includes the "bump out" feature on the front of the buildiing with floor to ceiling low-E glass... and the feeling of floating over Delaware Avenue.