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On the Market: Circa 1920 Bank Building in Kaisertown

There’s an exciting real estate opportunity that has just popped up in Kaisertown – an opportunity to own a historic bank building. It won’t be long before Kaisertown is on the radar of the Buffalo real estate populace, due to its proximity to the Buffalo River and the inherent livability factor that goes hand-in-hand with the neighborhood. If you want to know more about Kaisertown just read this post by Craig Spangler. Or what it’s like to live in Kaisertown by Lisa M.

There is a growing momentum of young people who are searching out these types of smaller towns and villages, relatively close to downtown Buffalo. This circa 1920 bank building at 1856 Clinton Street is a prime opportunity to stake a claim and create an anchor.

The building is currently being listed on Zillow, for sale by owner. If the building and the town didn’t get your attention, then maybe the price will – $90,000. The listing shows photos of a decent sized backyard, original bank doors, teller windows… that means that there’s a lot of work ahead for anyone who wants to convert it into residential or commercial. At the same time, the listing price affords a new owner to make a further investment into the building and the neighborhood.

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