Erie and Niagara county clerks' offices, buyers, sellers and other records.
Some recent notable real estate deals in the Buffalo Niagara region:
1) Location: 2171 Kensington Ave., Tonawanda
Buyer: Elizabeth T. Piekarski
Seller: Emily M. Dixon
Planned Use: Uncertain. Current home of Fisher's Friends Dog Daycare.
2) Location: 460 & 470 East Delavan Ave., Buffalo
Buyer: Buffalo Chicken LLC
Seller: Bart Volen/Volen Properties of Sacramento, Calif., through Volen Properties 5 LLC
Planned Use: Investment and continued operation of a 1,560-square-foot, single-story KFC and Taco Bell fast-food franchise restaurant on the 10,000-square-foot property, located at the intersection of Fillmore Avenue. Volen has owned the property since 2006. Volen and Construction Partners LLC are property developers and managers. Buyer could not be identified.
3) Location: 75 Barnstead Drive, Springville
Buyer: 75 Barnstead LLC of Boston, N.Y.
Seller: Peter Zebrowski of Collins, through Zebrowski Industries Inc.
Planned Use: Uncertain. Property is a 4,410-square-foot, single-story gray industrial office showroom, with 15-foot ceilings and two white grade-level overhead doors, on one acre, located off U.S. 219. High bay area, zoned for auto-related uses. Buyer is registered to the address of Valley Leasing, a commercial and industrial machinery and equipment rental business.
4) Location: Unspecified land in Wilson, N.Y.
Buyer: Lucas W. and Julieann L. Gromoll
Seller: Aldi Inc., via Aldi Inc. (New York) of Tully, N.Y.
Planned Use: Uncertain. Seller is international discount grocery store chain, which has stores in Western New York. Its regional headquarters is in Tully, near Syracuse.
5) Location: 1587 Main St., Buffalo
Buyer: William S. Hein & Co. Inc.
Seller: Irr Supply Centers Inc.
Planned Use: New storage facility for Metro Self-Storage Center, a subsidiary of Hein that has over 650 rooms in over 60 different sizes and over 250 vehicle storage spaces at its four-floor, 250,000-square-foot facility down the street at 1575 Main St. Hein itself is a digital publishing company that has served the law library community for nearly 90 years. Property is a 10,000-square-foot in industrial warehouse. Irr Supply, a regional supplier of plumbing, heating, cooling, refrigeration and electrical supplies, moved its store across the street to a larger facility at 1572 Main St.
6) Location: 5794 Main St., Williamsville
Buyer: Steven D. Goodwin of Buffalo, through 5794 Main Street LLC
Seller: Helen M. Ralabate
Planned Use: New home for Goodwin Insurance Agency, which is relocating from its current site nearby at 25 South Cayuga Road Property, on 0.44 acres, is located near Garrison Road, in the middle of the village. The 1,800-square-foot building is the smaller of two frame, two-story office buildings that were owned by Ralabate and housed the offices of attorneys Norman Mattar and Frank Ralabate. Both were put up for sale, initially together and then separately as price was sharply reduced.
7) Location: 521 South Cascade Drive, Springville
Buyer: Judith M. Ball, through South Cascade Restaurant LLC of Collins Center
Seller: Richard D. Mahl Article Fifth Family Trust
Planned Use: Continued operation of Ball's Apple Dumplin' Restaurant
8) Location: 820 Main St., Niagara Falls
Buyer: Douglas S. and Donald P. Monteleone
Seller: Nancy Christodoulides, through 820 Main Street LLC
Planned Use: Medical office building for the Monteleones, who are principals of Advance Chiropractic. They are moving from 7703 Niagara Falls Blvd. Property is a 2,304-square-foot former bank branch that was converted into a medical office in 1992. Former office for Dr. John Christodoulides, a urologist.
9) Location: 2226 Union Road, West Seneca
Buyer: Allstate Development of West Seneca, through 2244 Union Road Properties LLC
Seller: Zaepfel Development Co., through 2226 Union Road Associates LLC
Planned Use: Uncertain. Property is a 1,512-square-foot former State Farm insurance office, with 580 square feet of garage space and 932 square feet of office space.
10) Location: 3231 Harlem Road, Cheektowaga
Buyer: Joseph Sapienza
Seller: Paul G. and Barbara A. Povinelli
Planned Use: Uncertain. Property is 3,584-square-foot industrial warehouse and former home of Povinelli Cutlery. Built in 1951 on 0.13 acres. Includes 14-foot ceilings.