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Saint Paul Mall

  Lost      Demolition By Neglect  


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Saint Paul Mall, looking West
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Looking East
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Looking North
Photo credit: David Torke, FixBuffalo; taken in 2010.

Location

29 to 48 Saint Paul Street, Buffalo NY 14209
Addresses of original houses: 29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, 41, 42, 43, 46, 47.
Ellicott Council District
SBL Number: Various, using 36 St. Paul Street, 100.71-2-14, for the link.
Erie County Property Info
Google Bird's Eye View
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City of Buffalo Parcel Viewer

Next to: Our Lady of Lourdes Church and Our Lady of Lourdes Rectory/School

Owner

  • Various, primarily Ellicott Development entities.
  • 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

  • St. Paul Mall is the conversion of St. Paul Street, a one-block-long street running between Main Street and Ellicott Street south of (Old) Best Street. The original street was turned into a "pedestrian mall". Parking for cars was built in the rear of the buildings.
  • The street had (in 2010) fourteen wood-frame doubles, most of which have been demolished after they were purchased by Ellicott Development (checking the numbers, May 2014).

Current Condition

  • All houses have been demolished.

History

Recent Events and Actions Taken

  • July, 2014 - 47 St. Paul Mall sold to Carl Paladino's Ellicott Development for $280,000.
  • Ellicott Development has requested permission to demolish 47 St. Paul Mall, for a decision at the Preservation Board's 5/8/2014 meeting.

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Added 2014-05-05 • Last changed 2016-10-26