The TRICO Building in Buffalo, New York was built in the 1890s as a large brewery for a German-American neighborhood. The building expanded and became the first manufacturer of windshield wipers in the US, during which time the largest employer in Buffalo.
The building sits adjacent to the Buffalo Niagara Medical Center campus, a 120-acre medical center of health care, life sciences research and medical education institutions, and will aim to provide necessary housing for workers on the medical campus and surrounding area.
Upon completion of the 511,000 square foot project, the TRICO manufacturing building will feature 242 studio and 1- to 4-bedroom luxury apartment units. Among these units, 10% will be set aside for workforce housing. The building will also include 50,000 square feet of office space and enclosed parking utilizing about 100,000 square feet of space.
511,000 square feet of apartments, office and parking space