2222 Elmwood Ave

2222 Elmwood Ave Buffalo, NY 14216

2222 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo, NY, 14216
2222 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo, NY, 14216
FOR SALE FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Padsites
Amount:
$650,000
Last Verified:
Mar 05, 2020

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Description

Grassy lot retail pad in the City of Buffalo, on Elmwood Avenue, adjacent to Wendy's. This is an opportunity for a ground lease or build to suit. There is great visibility to this site from Elmwood Avenue, which has traffic counts over 20,000 AADT.

Grassy lot retail pad in the City of Buffalo, on Elmwood Avenue, adjacent to Wendy's. This is an opportunity for a ground lease or build to suit. There is great visibility to this site from Elmwood Avenue, which has traffic counts over 20,000 AADT.

Located in the City of Buffalo, on Elmwood Avenue between Kenmore Ave and Ramsdell Ave. This site is one off the corner of Kenmore and Elmwood. Situated at the entrance to a large retail corridor, there are a large number of retailers in close proximity, including national retailers such as Target, Home Depot, ALDI, Tops, and LA Fitness.

Building Size: 0.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.42 acres

Units for Lease

Available Land
Space Available: 18295 SF
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