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Apartments Nearly Full at 448 Elmwood Avenue

Upper-floor apartments in the much-anticipated three-story retail and residential building at the northwest corner of Elmwood Avenue and Bryant Street are finished.  The 20,000 sq.ft.,  $3.5 million project was developed by The Krog Corp, attorney Michael Ferdman and architect Karl Frizlen. 

Twelve apartments, each with two bedrooms and two baths, are located on the second and third floors of the building.  Units range in size from 1,052 square feet to 1,380 square feet.  There are six different floor plans available.  Two of the units feature 190 square foot private terraces while each of the other units have covered balconies. 

448elm3.jpgResidences boast full-sized kitchens with a pantry and Energy Star appliances, granite countertops and hardwood cabinetry, an in-unit washer and dryer, bamboo flooring in the main living areas, walk-in closets, 9-foot ceilings, nearly floor-to-ceiling windows, and central air.

The residential portion of the building is access off of Bryant Street and features a controlled access security intercom system, elevator, and a central staircase with skylight. 

Prices range from $1,485 to $1,685 depending on the unit size, plus a parking fee.  Leasing is off to a strong start with just two units remaining according to the developer.

448elm6.jpgKFC closed a restaurant on the site in March 2008 and the development team purchased the property one year later for $425,000.  Two-thirds of the ground floor commercial space has been leased by Coffee Culture and I-C-U Optical Studio.  1,428 sq.ft. of space remains.

The rear of the ground floor contains secure parking for eight vehicles.  Additional parking is available in a City-owned lot on Bryant with the purchase of a parking pass.

Get Connected: Commercial: Paula Blanchard, RealtyUSA Commercial, 716.856.7107
Residential: 716.667.1234; 448 Elmwood website

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