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Busy Friday: Ellicott Development Snags Three City Sites

Ellicott Development bought three city sites yesterday, all of them in areas that have seen increased developer interest. Total purchase cost: $8.3 million.

Ellicott’s 1238 Group paid $2.375 million for 1294-1300 Niagara Street (entry image), Northwest Community Health Center’s location and adjacent parcels. The purchase included the two-story, 42,351 sq.ft. building plus parking lots on the east side of Niagara Street at 1295 Niagara and 140 Gelston Street. The properties are located along a stretch of Niagara that has seen a number of recently-completed and proposed reuse projects and has been called “hotter than Main Street.”  Erie Niagara Benefit Public Funding Corp. was the seller.

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Just south of the Millard Fillmore Gates Circle redevelopment site, Ellicott picked up 1255 and 1263 Delaware Avenue and a vacant parcel at 550 Linwood Avenue for $4.6 million. 1263 Delaware is a four-story office building built in 1968 with 43,504 sq.ft. of space (above). The adjacent 1255 Delaware (below) is a two-story, 6,596 sq.ft. mansion that has been converted to offices. Both are occupied by BryLin Hospitals Inc. and were sold by Psyrus 1 LLC.

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And finally, Ellicott purchased 222 Chicago Street for $1.325 million. The Kellner Brothers complex contains 45,000 sq.ft. in a mix of old and newer buildings.  It is located behind the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino, across from the Lofts @ Elk Terminal, and just east of Ellicott’s The Fairmont mixed-use project.

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