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460 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14202
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Part of the larger 456 Main Street parcel
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):
Saint Paul Mall, 61 Edna Place, Crosby Building, 514 South Park Avenue, 1050 Niagara Street, 1076 Genesee Street, 1173 East Lovejoy Street, 1175 East Lovejoy Street, 1179 East Lovejoy Street, 172 Franklin Street, 176 Franklin Street, 189 Saint James Place, 206 Ontario Street, Deck Bros. Building, 262 Ohio Street, Karle Saw Co., 809 Tonawanda Street, 85 East Market Street, 905 Elmwood Avenue, Bakerís Shoes Building, The Bellesara / Allentown Athletic, E&B Holmes Machinery / The Cooperage, Edmiston's Academy of Business, Ellicott Square Building, Fairmont Creamery, Fire House Chemical No. 3, Fire House Engine No. 8, Graystone Hotel / Berkeley Apartments, Grimm Block, Harbor Inn, Hens & Kelly Department Store, Holy Angels Academy, Jansen Brothers Harness Shop, Kaleida Health Facility [on Main], L.L. Berger Dept. Store / The Belesario, Meldrum-Edwards Building / The Antonio, Neisner Bros., Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Our Lady of Lourdes Rectory and School, Pleu Building, Seneca Plumbing & Heating Supply, Vars Building, Weed Co. Wholesale Building, [Original] Y.M.C.A. / Y.W.C.A. Building,
You can also view this list at Ellicott's category page.
73,000 sq.ft. building with underground parking
- Former E.W. Edwards & Son department store
- 1937 - Space leased to Neisner Brothers five and dime
- 1978 - Ames Department Stores purchased Neisner and shuttered their locations
- 1980 - Building re-opened as Courtyard Mall after interior and exterior renovations. The Permanent Saving Bank occupied the ground floor while the basement was a food court
- 1990 - The property sits vacant for over a decade beginning in 1990.
- Oliver Tyrone Pulver and Corporex Cos., both large out-of-town developers, at different times studied the possibility of building a high rise office building on the site. Both developments failed to materialize Buffalo Rising
- 1995 - Carl Paladinoís Ellicott Development purchased the property for $367,000.
Recent Events and Actions Taken
- 2007 - Poor renovation of the exterior facade. The Neisner's terra-cotta facade has been covered again, and the first floor storefront windows removed for a brick wall.
- The New York State Division of Parole signed on as an anchor tenant for 15,000 sq.ft.
Other Pertinent Facts
- Buffalo Rising September 2006 - Welcome Back Neisners!
- Buffalo Rising February 2007 - Development Update: Courtyard Mall/Neisners
- Buffalo Rising July 2008 - Retail Unready: Former Courtyard Mall
■ 1934 Elmwood Avenue
■ Pijan Roost Bar
■ Market Bar
■ Cheektowaga Town Hall
■ St. Stephen's Evangelical Lutheran Home / MusicMall
■ Forks Hotel / Forks Hose Company #2
■ Young & Swartz Inc.
■ 31 Barker Street
■ 1432 Niagara Street
■ 253 Allen Street
■ Imperial Building
■ Seneca Babcock Community Center
■ 171 Brinkman Avenue
■ 153 Brinkman Avenue
■ 217 Brinkman Avenue
■ 197 Brinkman Avenue
■ 201 Brinkman Avenue
■ 205 Brinkman Avenue
■ 209 Brinkman Avenue
■ Fire House Engine No. 20 - E.M. Cotter Fire Boat
■ Corner Bar
■ Chez Ami Restuarant
■ Knapp Building
■ 334 Fillmore Avenue
■ 326 Fillmore Avenue
■ 69 Whitney Place
■ 925 Elmwood Avenue
■ Fitch Creche
■ Edmiston's Academy of Business
■ 911 West Delavan Avenue
Added 2013-10-22 • Last changed 2016-10-26