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Mystery Revealed

Buffalo is a city full of great architecture.  I’ve taken thousands of pictures in recent years of downtown and the waterfront, striking vistas, industrial ruins, stately mansions, beautiful churches, working class neighborhoods and everything in between.  Most of us are familiar with our architectural landmarks, but do we really pay attention to the detail found on the buildings we oftentimes take for granted?  It’s the mosaic of the good, the bad and the ugly that make up Buffalo’s cityscape.

Answer:  The Belesario, 514 Main Street.

Shuttered in 1991, the former L.L. Berger Department Store was converted to commercial and residential space by Ellicott Development in 2003.  Upper floors contain 30 upscale loft apartments. 

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