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First Look: 465 Washington

Ciminelli released a rendering for their plan to convert the old EOC (Educational Opportunity Center) Building at 465 Washington to multi-use. The developer confirmed their intention to convert the first floor for retail and office use, while using the floors above for 45 apartments. The apartments themselves will encompass a variety of floorplans, including 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom and studios.  The Buffalo Planning Board signed-off on the project yesterday morning.

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The 86,254 sq.ft. redevelopment is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2016 at a cost of approximately $10 million. Ciminelli purchased the building in December 2014 for $2.3 million from an affiliate of the University at Buffalo Foundation.

Chaintreuil | Jensen | Stark Architects (CJS) designed the project.  Preservation Studios is working on obtaining historic preservation tax credits.

Photo below shows 465 Washington as it currently exists.

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And ‘back in the day’:

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Get Connected: Ciminelli Real Estate Corporation, 716.631.8000

Written by Bruce Haydon

Bruce Haydon

Bruce Haydon is an obsessed runner and passionate writer who devotes his time to exploring and supporting his beloved Queen City. Bruce is originally from Ontario, Canada, relocating for work to both Bermuda and New York City before settling down in Buffalo in 2013. After initially suffering withdrawal from NYC life, he quickly grew to love his new home city, and has since become an ardent supporter and urbanist of all things Buffalo. Working in the financial sector by day, Bruce has been writing for Buffalo Rising since 2014, where he covers a number of topics relating to the city's ongoing evolution. With a love of the arts, culture and architecture, he devotes a considerable amount of his spare time researching the rich history of the area's illustrious past.

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