“We truly believe this is Buffalo’s time for a renaissance and this new Main Street building is one more step in the right direction,” Cedarland Marketing Director Kayleigh Martin said.
Tentative plans call for at least a four-story building on the 1.55-acre site, with up to 90,000 square feet of space for medical and professional tenants, as well as first-floor retail. But Cedarland also wants to put one to two additional floors on top for up to 30 one- and two-bedroom residential apartments, although no final decision has been made. The high-end apartments would be aimed at medical campus professionals. The building would also have more than 120 underground and surface parking spaces.