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Main and Allen Turns Heads

The Red Jacket building and the Bosche Building, standing at the corner of Main Street and Allen, are looking a heck of a lot better these days. The one-two punch between Greenleaf (Bosche) and a developer duo (Red Jacket) has led to a sensational transformation of a corner that was once the poster child for apathy and neglect.

Two developers, Aaron Siegel of Franklin Asset Management and Brett Fitzpatrick of Somerset Properties, announced a $42 million renovation plan of 17 properties and 10 apartment buildings, including the Red Jacket building.

Get connected: Red Jacket Flats 

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Not many people thought that the Bosche Building would stand long enough to contribute to the Buffalo renaissance.

BOSCHE LLC, an entity tied to Greenleaf & Company, is undertaking a $5.8 million redevelopment of the Bosche Building at 918 Main Street and an adjacent building it owns at 916 Main. Carmina Wood Morris designed the project.

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The Bosche Building features an atrium accessible to all tenants, high loft-style ceilings and is handicap accessible.

Get connected: Greenleaf – Bosche Building apartments

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