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Amherst

A California real estate investment firm has acquired three former Sunoco gas stations and convenience stores in Erie County, picking up two locations in West Seneca and a third in Amherst for nearly $5 million. San Diego-based Realty Income Corp. paid $1.8 million for the store property at 5665 Seneca and $1.779 million for the property at 1440 Union Road, both in West…

Business

A Hamburg mechanical systems company has purchased a small warehouse building on Amsdell Road that was previously home to Hamburg School Car Service. McAllister Plumbing and Heating paid $900,000 to acquire the single-story, 13,914-square-foot building at 3080 Amsdell from Joan Jarvis, the car service's former operator, according to Erie County Clerk records and William…

Buffalo

Ellicott Development Co. has completed its purchase of the historic Cooperage property near Ohio Street, setting the stage for its $7 million redevelopment project to begin. The developer, owned by Carl and William Paladino, paid $526,100 through Cooperage LLC to Clinton Brown's Newark Niagara to buy the vacant and derelict complex at 55-59 Chicago St. Plans now call…

Business

A former bagel store in the Town of Tonawanda that is now a Citizens Bank branch has been acquired by a New Jersey real estate investor. Sudhir Pakalpati of Skillman, N.J., acting through Citizen Delaware Avenue LLC, paid $1.6 million late last month to buy the 4,500-square-foot building at 3494 Delaware Ave., along with a 0.145-acre parking lot next door at 21 Hampton …

Buffalo

A Washington state real estate investor has sold a pair of franchised 7-Eleven convenience store properties in the Town of Tonawanda and Buffalo to a Los Angeles couple. Alexander C. Osborn of Fircrest, Wash., sold the stores at 737 Kenmore Ave. in Tonawanda and 975 Abbott Road in Buffalo to the David Hakmyong Rhee and Patricia S. Rhee Revocable 2002 Trust, for a total …

The franchisee behind the area's only Sonic restaurant franchise paid $1.2 million to acquire the land in Cheektowaga on which its restaurant already sits. Meanwhile, negotiations are continuing to finalize lease terms for a second restaurant, to be constructed on a concrete pad outparcel in front of the Target store at Eastview Plaza on Transit Road in East Amherst. As…

The owners of Northeast Collision have acquired the Hamburg property that hosts one of their locations, buying it from a local real estate investment and management firm. Fisher Property Management LLC, owned by the Fisher family, paid $1.4 million early this month to buy 4130 McKinley Pkwy. from Pearceco Group LLC. The seller is owned and run by William H. Pearce Jr., …

An agricultural company has acquired an Eden warehouse from a prominent family in the town, paying $2.566 million. Timac Agro USA of Reading, Pa., bought the facility at 8639 Depot St., formerly home to Eden Sanitation Service and Paul C. Laing Inc., from Laing Family Properties LLC. The 35,470-square-foot warehouse was built in 1906 on 0.81 acres. Timac Agro, which …