Project Development attorney, Marc Romanowski, and client, real-estate developer Anthony LoRusso were featured in an article by the Buffalo News regarding LoRusso’s new plan for a 66-unit apartment building on Clayton Street. Lousso is proposing to construct a 3-story apartment building in North Buffalo’s Rebecca Park neighborhood.
Developer Anthony LoRusso is hoping to double-down on the success of his new micro-apartment buildings on Buffalo’s Lower West Side, as he pursues a similar project on a vacant lot in North Buffalo’s Rebecca Park neighborhood east of Military Road.
Elmwood Forest, an affiliate of LoRusso’s APL Property Group, is proposing to construct a three-story apartment building on Clayton Street, with 66 small housing units and on-site parking.
Plans by Stieglitz Snyder Architecture and LaBella Associates show the 85,000-square-foot building would consist of 22 small apartments and a lounge or lobby on each of the three floors, with the leasing office, community room, fitness center, laundry facilities, tenant storage and building storage in the basement. Each of the apartments would range in size from 450 to 550 square feet, with balconies.
That’s similar to what he did with the Allentown Apartments at Maryland Place at 295 Maryland and Campus West at 129 West Ave., with 107 units between them.
“The project is intended to provide high-quality workforce housing similar to the developer’s other projects in the city,” according to the application, submitted by attorney Marc A. Romanowski.Buffalo News
Check out the rest of the article regarding the Clayton Street building from the Buffalo News.