A new tenant may be coming to the three-story former administrative creating of Computer system Activity Team, as new proprietor Ellicott Progress Co. is effective on redeveloping the Delaware Avenue building.
The Buffalo-primarily based authentic estate organization is scheduling to renovate the 44,680-sq.-foot facility at 700 Delaware Ave. “for a professional office tenant,” in accordance to a letter this thirty day period to the Buffalo Preservation Board. The $5 million undertaking would involve developing a new ADA-compliant front entrance, with a handicapped-obtainable ramp.
“We are fired up to re-energize this vacant creating and feel that the proposed renovation will insert to the vibrancy of the Delaware Avenue Historic District,” Ellicott’s setting up and growth coordinator, Jeremy P. Wassel, wrote in the letter.
Ellicott CEO William Paladino stated he won’t be able to disclose who is seeking at the facility, although he confirmed that the developer is pursuing 1 in specific. But, he extra, no one has signed a lease.
“We believe we are going to have a tenant lined up for it, and we are on the lookout to produce it,” Paladino claimed.
Online site Buffalo Climbing – citing only social media as their source – noted that the prospective occupant is the state Section of Environmental Conservation, but Paladino would not validate that.
The significant government company is at this time positioned in an Ellicott developing at 270 Michigan Ave. – where it is been housed for several years – but Paladino claimed he is “not certain yet” if the DEC will remain there.