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Jansen Brothers Harness Shop

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Photo credit: Mike Puma, ViewsOfBuffalo

Location

173 Elm Street, Buffalo, NY 14203
SBL: 111.55-7-21
Ellicott Council District
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Next to: 177 Elm Street

Owner

Ellicott Development
9187 GROUP, LLC per City of Buffalo Property Information
Search NYS Corporation Database for 9187 GROUP

Carl and William Paladino's company, Ellicott Development, or corporations it controls: (Ellicott Group LLC, Pearl Group LLC, Huron Group Inc, Tupper Group Inc, Deltup LLC, Del-Al LLC, 84 Group, 1238 Group, 1239 Group, 4858 Group, 5277 Group, 9274 Group, etc.), owns these buildings or parcels of preservation concern (not a complete list):

You can also view this list at Ellicott's category page.

Physical Description

Four story brick commercial building

Current Condition

Interior renovation performed in 2015. Exterior still appears to need work.

History

  • 1897 - Built for Jansen Brothers Harness Shop
  • Keiser & Boasberg Tobacco Warehouse per Buffalo Rising (2017 article)

Recent Events and Actions Taken

  • 2014 - Ellicott Development announces $1.8 million plan to convert building into two floors of offices and five apartments. The commercial space would be leased by a non-profit job training agency, the Service Collaborative of Western New York
  • 2014 - Ellicott redevelopment plan receives $65,800 in tax breaks from the IDA.
  • May 2015 - Ellicott leased commercial first floor space to The Service Collaborative, and converted the upper floors into 5 apartments. The exterior appears to still be in rough shape.

Other Pertinent Facts

  • Per separate tax breaks sought by Ellicott from the City of Buffalo: 'The building currently pays less than $1,400 a year in taxes, but is expected to generate an additional $72,000 in city and county taxes during the 12 years covered by the property tax abatement. '

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Added 2014-03-26 • Last changed 2017-06-26