A busy spate of both urban and suburban real estate transactions saw two Buffalo multi-tenant residential buildings sold, an Amherst office building land a new owner, a deal completed to start construction on an Amherst apartment complex, and the Erie County’s  21st $1 million-plus home sale completed.

And, all of the deals closed between June 7 and June 10, according to filings in the Erie County Clerk's office.

The deals:

• Iskalo Development Co. sold a multi-tenant office building at 8600 Transit Rd.,Amherst to investors 8600 Transit LLC for $3,235,000. The three-story, 23,552-square-foot building - constructed in 2006, was originally constructed as the headquarters for the former Patrick Homes Iskalo, though Iskalo 8600 Transit LLC, bought the building eight years ago. The deal closed June 7.

• Also in Amherst, developer Paul Bliss through his 1760 Maple Road LLC affiliate, paid $1.3 million for a vacant, four-acre parcel at 1760 Maple Rd  The property had been owned by McGuire Acquisitions LLC and the deal closed on June 7.
Bliss will be starting work on a multi-building, 102-unit apartment complex on the property.

• The county’s 21st private residence to sell for more than $1 million was also recorded on June 7 in the county clerk’s office.
James and Sheryl Montanari paid $1,173,500 for a three-bedroom, 3,618-square-foot house at 9728 Silver Birch Court, buying the Clarence House from Henry Jurek III and Megan Jurek. The house was constructed in 2021.

• A double at 1080 Elmwood Ave. in the heart of Buffalo’s Elmwood Village sold for $630,000 with Kennicott Properties LLC buying the house from William Masset.
The house was constructed in 1900.

• Colleen Hunter paid $725,000 for a four-unit house-turned-apartment building at 562 Richmond Ave., buying the circa 1902-era building from 562 Richmond LLC.

Peek Inside The Scajaquada Creek Tunnel Drain In Western New York

Nearly 4 miles of the 13-mile-long Scajaquada Creek is buried between Cheektowaga Town Park and Delaware Park.

The information shared here is meant for entertainment and educational purposes only. Under no circumstances should you enter this tunnel drain. Doing so risks bodily harm and/or arrest and prosecution for trespassing. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that you do not attempt to investigate the inside of these tunnels without proper knowledge, experience, and legal authorization.

Gallery Credit: Ed Nice

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