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.”
Established 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:
Get Connected: Chris Malachowski, Hunt Commercial, 716.880.1914