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Project Update: The Historic Warehouse Lofts

Work continues on the $7.5 million conversion of the former Seneca Paper Co. warehouse at 210 Ellicott Street into The Historic Warehouse Lofts, a mix of commercial and residential space. Originally constructed in 1913, the seven-story building is one of the first concrete frame warehouse buildings in the United States. The project is on track for a summer opening.
8,800 sq.ft. of commercial space is available on the second floor. Suites from 2,000 sq.ft. are possible with rents ranging from $12.50 to $14.00 gross (utilities included) with a “generous” build-out allowance according to listing agent Chris Malachowski of Hunt Commercial Real Estate. Parking will be provided on the building’s first floor and in adjacent lots.


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Thirty loft apartments will occupy the upper floors. There will be 17 two-bedroom units priced and 13 one-bedroom units. Rents will range from $995 to $1,995. A model unit is anticipated to be open during the Downtown Housing Tour on July 7. Tenants are expected to begin occupancy in September.
Jake Schneider is the project architect and a member of the development team, 210 Ellicott Holdings, LLC.
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Get connected:
Residential: Jessica Railey- 716.923.7000; Commercial: Chris Malachowski- 716.880-1914
Photo credit: 1) Aaron Zimmerman 2) queenseyes

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