July 14, 2024

The success of the recently completed The Apartments at Legacy complex is prompting LMK Realty Associates LLC to move forward with a pair of residential-driven projects in the Town of Lewiston.
Construction has started on the first phase of the $15 million Legacy at Lewiston Patio Homes condominium development, located on a vacant parcel along 717 Northridge Dr. The first phase will include 13 patio homes, said Nick Massaro, LMK new business development specialist. Seventeen more patio homes are planned for the second phase.
Massaro said the patio homes range from 1,700 square feet to 2,000 square feet, depending on whether the models have two bedrooms or three bedrooms. The patio homes, designed by Silvestri Architects, begin at $499,000.
“There is a very strong market for this kind of product in Lewiston,” Massaro said.
In addition to the patio homes, LMK Realty is in the final planning and approval stage for a 10-unit townhome project – the Lewiston Town Homes – at 691 Northridge Dr.
The townhomes, part of the Ridgeview at Lewiston residential campus being developed by LMK Realty, will range from 1,200 square feet to 1,800 square feet and have both two- and three-bedroom models. All will be rental-only units.
LMK Realty is investing $3 million in the Lewiston Town Homes project, Massaro said. Pending final Town of Lewiston approval, construction will start later this fall.
Both projects follow the Apartments at Legacy, 785 Legacy Dr., Lewiston, which were developed between 2016 and 2021. That complex has 80 apartments – a mix of one-bedroom and two-bedroom units. All are leased, Massaro said.
“Lewiston is this hidden gem,” Massaro said. “ People come here for things like Artpark and then get excited by what they see.”
• According to Sept. 27 filings in the Erie County Clerk’s office, investor Benjamin Race paid $325,000 for the property at 1100 Orchard Park Road in West Seneca, buying it from George Flattery. The property was home to Flattery’s, a local bar and restaurant.
Plans filed with the Town of West Seneca show that Race and Hanley Development of Western New York LLC will be demolishing Flattery’s and building a 45-unit apartment complex on the site. The project will begin this fall.
• City Mattress is moving its corporate warehouse from Rochester to the Gateway II Corporate Park in the Town of Batavia.
In a deal brokered by Tudor Collins Commercial Real Estate’s Eric Tudor, City Mattress is leasing 60,000 square feet in a building under construction by Rochester’s Gallina Development LLC. The building is located at 7999 Call Parkway, Batavia, and should be completed and tenant-ready later this fall.
The warehouse will service both the Buffalo and Rochester markets, according to documents filed with the Genesee County Economic Development Center.
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