McGuire Development is converting a former North Buffalo machine shop at 315 Grote Street into loft apartments. Vintage Flats will include 33 one and two-bedroom apartments when it opens this fall. The two-story, 31,739 sq.ft. building is the former home of Buerk Tool which closed in early 2020. McGuire purchased the site in December 2020 for $794,054.
Planned building amenities include bicycle storage, on-site parking, dog-wash station, lounge/conference area and a rooftop patio. Carmina Wood Design is project architect.
The building is located across the street from Rocco Termini’s Houk Lofts which includes 22 apartments and commercial space. The site is also around the corner from multiple redevelopment projects along Chandler Street. One block to the east, Nidus Development converted the former Pierce Arrow complex’s administrative building at 1695 Elmwood Avenue into 105 loft apartments.
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