Listing was updated at: 11/22/2019
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Asset Type Office
Trade Type Sale
SQ. FT. Available 23,184
Date Available 11/22/2019
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Parking 47
Floors 1
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Located on the west side of Niagara Falls Boulevard, just north of Sheridan Drive, in the Town on Tonawanda. Niagara Falls Boulevard is the dividing line between the Town of Tonawanda and the Town of Amherst. The subjects immediate vicinity counts of a variety of commercial properties consisting of major retailer service, automotive, eating & drinking establishments, and entertainment. Other significant shopping areas in Tonawanda include Delaware Avenue, within the Village of Kenmore. Located within close proximity to the University of New York at Buffalo and directly across the street from the Boulevard Mall. Minutes from New York State Thruway I-290 which interchanges with both the New York Interstate I-90 & I-190 and Downtown Buffalo.

This property is ideal for any business looking for excellent exposure and adequate space. Located on Niagara Falls Boulevard near the intersection of Sheridan Drive this major north/south commercial artery connects Erie and Niagara County which allows for more access to potential customers. 47 parking spaces, two curb cuts for easy access in and out of the parking lot. New roof on the retail area as well as new facade, electrical / lighting, and parking lot. Two truck docks are available on site however current owner has then filled in but could easily be used as 1 or 2 truck docks. Gross building square footage at 23,184 +/-, the finished retail and office space is approximately 9,600 +/- square feet. This retail space is large and open adaptable for multiple types of businesses. The warehouse located in the rear of the property in insulated and provides approximately 6" reinforced poured concrete floor over a gravel base, heat, two overhead doors, and a maximum ceiling height of 20' to the bottom of the trusses.