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.
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.
Residential: Jessica Railey- 716.923.7000; Commercial: Chris Malachowski- 716.880-1914
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