Alling & Cory Warehouse / AC Lofts


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136 North Division Street, Buffalo NY 14203
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Ellicott Council District
SBL: 111.14-6-4.1
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Jake Schneider, Schneider Development
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Physical Description

Six story 120,000 square-foot reinforced concrete "Daylight Factory" constructed in 1910. A one story brick loading dock was added in 1926.

Current Condition

Rehabbed as apartments for Erie Community College students. Known as "Lofts @ 136".


Built in 1901, it was designed by the architectural firm R. J. Reidpath and Sons. It served as a former paper warehouse building built for the Alling & Cory company of Rochester, NY

Recent Events and Actions Taken

2010 - Renovation by the Schneider Design Group 2013 - "The Lofts@136 were geared towards students, specifically from ECC since the downtown location is so close. Although they have had some success with the student model, it didn't quite meet expectations and the building will shift to a normal tenant base. It will be renamed the AC Lofts, referencing the original company in the building, Alling & Cory." - Mike Puma

Other Pertinent Facts

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010.


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Added 2013-01-09 • Last changed 2014-10-22