Nabisco has hired Gurney, Becker & Bourne to sell its 34,600-square-foot warehouse at 80 Lawrence Bell Drive in Amherst.
The company has consolidated its distribution operation at another Western New York facility. The asking price for the building has been set at $1.25 million, according to Joe Fallon, a commercial real estate agent for Gurney, Becker & Bourne.
"I think it's a very marketable building. It's clean, it's near the airport and it's a relatively new facility," Fallon said.
SN Warehousing of Canada recently leased an 80,000-square-foot former bicycle shop at 25 Dewberry Lane in Cheektowaga to use as a U.S. distribution center. The company distributes weightlifting and dietary supplement products. The deal was brokered by Steven Kossoff and Eric Tudor of Pyramid Brokerage Co.
Tudor also helped complete a lease deal for EMC Corp., a leading supplier of data storage equipment, to establish a local sales office. EMC is leasing 9,000-square-feet of office space in Uniland Development Co.'s business park at 500 Corporate Parkway in Amherst.
Warehouse Discount Furniture has acquired the 21,400-square-foot building at 2883 Bailey Ave. from the former owners of ABD Lighting for $250,000, according to David Schiller and Pyramid Brokerage Co. The deal was brokered by Schiller and Robert Ploch.
Schiller also sold the former Sharry Upholstery office at 1200 Kenmore Ave. in Buffalo to Master Khechen's School of Tae Kwan Do for a new martial arts center. The building sold for $200,000, he said.
Nursefinders, a contract nursing agency based in Dallas, leased 1,300-square-feet at 455 Delaware Ave. in Buffalo to open a local office, Schiller said. The nursing firm had previously opened upstate New York offices in Syracuse and Rochester.
Kloc Rojek and Co. has leased 2,825-square-feet from Burlis Development at 1161 Maryvale Drive in Cheektowaga for a new accounting practice. The firm, which includes Anthony G. Kloc, and Frank and Mark Rojek, was created by the merger of two local certified public accounting groups. Tom Gentile of Hunt Commercial Real Estate Corp. helped place the firm in the Burlis complex.