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|111 Huron Street|
Buffalo NY United States
| - mixed use|
| - hotel|
| - office|
| - residential|
| - highrise|
| - brutalist|
| - steel|
| - concrete|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Main roof||207 ft|
- Architect (original): Pfohl, Roberts and Biggie
- Architect (renovation): Stieglitz Snyder Architecture
- Redevelopers: Uniland Development / Acquest Development
- This building was originally constructed as the Thaddeus J. Dulski Federal Building. The US General Services Administration, which owned and operated the building, determined in the mid-2000's that the property would be too expensive to renovate, and vacated it in 2005.
- Uniland and Acquest Development companies purchased the in April 2007 for $6.1 million and began renovating it for $60 million into a mixed-use property consisting of a hotel, office space, and apartments to be completed in 2009.
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