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Ellicott Development Has Big Plans for Medical Campus

Ellicott Development is planning additional projects at the north end of the Medical Campus.  The company is currently repurposing the former Our Lady of Lourdes Church into a mix of uses and constructing an office building to the south of it.  The Buffalo News reports that Ellicott is also planning a hotel and parking ramp on the St. Paul Mall property east of the church and a future office building south of it.

A four-story parking ramp is proposed behind the former church with a four-story, 107-room hotel on top of it.  Work could start next spring pending City approvals.  Long-term, Ellicott has plans for a second office building.  It would be seven or eight stories on a rectangular-shaped parcel that sits behind a Wendy’s restaurant.  Plans for that building will be tenant-driven.

Work continues on the former church.  Two additional floors are being constructed within the open cathedral nave creating approximately 14,000 sq.ft. of space over three floors. Three market-rate apartments will be on the third floor and roughly 5,700 sq.ft. of commercial office space will be available on the second floor.

The 167,000 sq.ft., six-story building at 1091 Main will contain a variety of retail and office space along with one level of underground parking for 50 vehicles. Designed by Smith + Associates Architects, General Physicians and a dental practice affiliated with the University at Buffalo have signed leases for space in the building.  Concept Construction Corp. is overseeing the construction.

Get Connected: Ellicott Development, 716.854.0060

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