New York

Buffalo Police Station

Buffalo Police Station

The historic Buffalo Police Station, located in downtown Buffalo, New York, and within close proximity to numerous employment centers, entertainment, and dining options, will be converted into a 130-unit apartment building. The loft-style apartments will feature a mix of studio and one-bedroom units and offers high ceilings, premium finishes, in-unit washers and dryers and a host of common area amenities not currently present in the market. These include a state-of-the-art fitness center, co-working space and open lounge seating areas. PROJECT DETAILS LOCATION Buffalo, NY AMENETIES 130 apartments

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theRep

TheRep

The historic National Biscuit Company Building is located in North Albany, NY, in a mixed residential and commercial area of the city. Built in 1888, the 2-story former bakery building will be repositioned as a 307-seat theater equipped with a café and bar area called theRep at Livingstone Square (theRep). Upon completion, theRep will become the new home of The Capital Repertory Theater Company (CapRep) and mark a new era for the theatre and for the community. theRep will produce numerous educational, outreach and job training programs that are a key component of its owners’ mission, all while producing a year-round season of professional theatre. LOCATION Albany, NY AMENITIES 307-seat theater; theater cafe and bar FEDERAL HISTORIC TAX CREDIT $2,524,504 STATE HISTORIC REHABILITATION TAX CREDIT $2,524,504

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Lafayette Hotel

Lafayette Hotel

The Historic Lafayette Hotel first opened its doors in 1904 and for many years it was the premier hotel in Buffalo, New York. After falling into disrepair in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, Buffalo developer Rocco Termini bought the building with plans to restore it to its former glory. Construction began in February 2011 and upon completion of construction in May 2012 the project contained Marquis de Lafayette, Mike’s A Steakhouse, Woyshner’s Florist, Butterwood Sweet and Savory, and room2 – a luxury furniture boutique, 120 market rate apartments, a 32-room boutique hotel, and two catering/event businesses. The restoration of this Buffalo landmark has been a huge success as all of the project’s commercial space and all of its apartments were 100% leased upon its grand opening. The total cost of the rehabilitation project was $55,000,000 and the Foss NY Historic Fund acted as the investor for the project’s Federal Historic and New York Historic tax credits. LOCATION Buffalo, NY

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