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The Parade Building

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November 2012
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November 2012
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March 2017 - Apartment inside
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May 2018 - DEMOLISHED
Photo credit: Mike Puma ViewsOfBuffalo, Christina Lincoln

Location

1037 Genesee Street, Buffalo, NY 14211

Owner

  • Roosevelt Mitchell

Physical Description

  • Three story brick apartment building with first floor retail storefronts, decorative brick work, and a large blade sign.
  • Notable features are the original oriel windows, an increasingly rare element. BuffaloAH B/F Neighborhood List

Current Condition

Demolished. Vacant lot.

History

  • 1900 - Constructed under the name “The Parade,” based on the original name of Olmsted's MLK Park.
  • 1902 - Printers Haarmeyer & Balduf, Union Advertising and Printing Co., and the New Jersey Aluminum Co. were tenants
BuffaloAH B/F Neighborhood List

Recent Events and Actions Taken

  • March 2017 - Spray painted red warning boxes seen on the building, a common precursor to demolition. The building has some floor collapse in the rear, and is in housing court.
  • May 30, 2018 - DEMOLISHED.

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Added 2013-07-17 • Last changed 2018-05-31