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On the Market: 192 Seneca Street

An interesting Seneca Street commercial property is on the market.  Seneca Plumbing Supply’s building at the northeast corner of Seneca Street and Michigan Avenue is for sale with a $795,000 asking price.  Chris Malachowski of Hunt Commercial has the listing calling it “perfect for conversion to apartments/restaurant/retail or virtually any mixed-use combination.” 

SenecaPlumbing.pngEstablished in 1932, Seneca Plumbing and has been in this location for over 75 years.  The company is said to be open to a sale/leaseback scenario or may consolidate its operations into its Amherst location. 

The listing includes a three-story masonry building on Seneca Street and an attached one-story warehouse building along Michigan Avenue totaling 30,750 sq.ft. of space.  A surface parking lot at 204-208 Seneca is also included.  The property is located across from the expanding Buffalo Transportation Pierce Auto Museum on a reviving stretch of Seneca Street.  Current and upcoming projects on the street include:

Kamman Building Restoration- 755 Seneca

740 Seneca Renovation

500 Seneca Street Conversion

Chef’s Restaurant Expansion

Get Connected: Chris Malachowski, Hunt Commercial, 716.880.1914

Written by David Steele

David Steele

Architect ( a real one, not just the armchair type), author of "Buffalo, Architecture in the American Forgotten Land" ( ), lover of great spaces, hater of sprawl and waste,
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