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Construction Watch: Lourdes Campus

Work continues on the Our Lady of Lourdes church on Main Street, south of Best Street at the northern edge of the Medical Campus. The church is being transformed by Ellicott Development into a mix of retail, restaurant, office and residential uses and will anchor a multi-building development by the company.

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

The church is north of a new building Ellicott is constructing at 1091 Main Street. The garage parking level for that building is seen in the photos here. 1091 Main will feature six floors and 167,000 sq.ft. of retail and office space. Additional parking will be available at the rear of the property. General Physicians and a dental practice affiliated with the University at Buffalo have signed leases for space in the building. Concept Construction Corporation is construction manager.

Ellicott also has plans for a four-story parking ramp  behind the former church with a four-story, 107-room hotel on top of it. There is also room for second office building of seven or eight floors. Ellicott says that the second office building’s size and timing would be determined by tenant demand.

Get Connected: Ellicott Development, 716.854.0060

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