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Wrecking Buffalo: 180 Perry Comes Down

Buffalo’s Parking District has lost another building.  Seneca Erie Gaming has taken down a one-story building at 180 Perry Street.  The circa-1940, 30,000 square foot building had been used as a warehouse and training center for Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino.  It sits on a 1.1-acre parcel at the northeast corner of Perry Street and Michigan Avenue across from the casino.  The work did not require a City demolition permit.

Seneca Erie Gaming purchased the property in 2007 for $1.4 million.  The Seneca Nation has had discussions about new development on the site, teaming with Ellicott Development that owns property to the east, but no plans have been announced.

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