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A former BJ's Wholesale Club building in the City of Tonawanda was acquired this month by wholesale distributor of auto parts. Syracuse-based United Auto Supply paid $2.95 million to buy the 105,971-square-foot warehouse building at 800 Young St., according to Erie County Clerk records and Pyramid Brokerage Co., which handled the sale. The 10.5-acre property, located…

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A Rochester-based commercial real estate management firm has acquired a former envelope-manufacturing warehouse and facility in Orchard Park from a Connecticut-based printing and office products company. Yaro Enterprises, a family-owned commercial real estate company that was formed in 2005 by President Yaroslav Kirik, paid $3.3 million in late December to acquire a 154…

A former Amigone Funeral Home in Cheektowaga is being eyed as a potential new medical or professional office building. An investor group called 1931 Kensington acquired the former funeral parlor and an adjacent office building at 1931-1933 Kensington Ave. from Amigone Ventures, paying $400,000, according to David Schiller of Pyramid Brokerage Co., who helped handle the …

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A $200 million project to transform the Pilgrim Village affordable-housing community into the mixed-income and mixed-use Campus Square is now in jeopardy, months after a growing dispute between the development partners spilled out into the open with a foreclosure. McGuire Development Co. and Mark H. Trammell are battling for control of both Pilgrim Village and the poten…

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The former owner and head of the ImmediateCare network of urgent-care clinics has acquired the Pierce Arrow Administration Building and a related warehouse on Elmwood Avenue from a downstate developer who had planned to turn it into a new apartment complex. The purchase by Dr. Gregory F. Daniel's Nidus Development marks the third owner in less than three years for a hig…

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Nonprofit People Inc. has completed its purchase of a vacant former Millard Fillmore Gates Circle Hospital parking lot, where it plans to spend $11.4 million to build a new senior housing facility. The social services agency, acting through its Linwood Lafayette Housing Development Fund Co., paid $850,000 to TM Montante Development's 637 Linwood LLC for the 1.1-acre lot…

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TM Montante Development has acquired a Delaware Avenue office building near Gates Circlein a $1.95 million deal that would expand the geographic reach of its already-mammoth project to reuse the former Millard Fillmore hospital site nearby. TM Montante spokesman Byron DeLuke said Friday that the firm's "initial concept" for its new purchase involves an adaptive reuse of…