Buffalo LIVING Tour unveils six upscale visitations

Because of Coronavirus pandemic restrictions, the tour will be done virtually by the architects, owners or agents of the developers each day.Because of Coronavirus pandemic restrictions, the tour will be done virtually by the architects, owners or agents of the developers each day.
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Buffalo LIVING Tour organizers have completed their lineup for the first tour of 2020 as they enter their ninth year.

“We’ve got incredible variety to show off, since we have no geographical barriers,” explains Paul D. Maurer, the organizer of the July 13-18 tour.

Because of Coronavirus pandemic restrictions, the tour will be done virtually by the architects, owners or agents of the developers each day.

They will spend 20 minutes on Zoom showing still pictures and video of their location. Up to 500 people will be able to click on and view the presentation live. Then, for 10 minutes, questions can be asked by the people who have viewed the webinar.

The Monday through Friday sessions will be at 6 p.m. and the Saturday session at 11 a.m.

For anyone who misses a live session, there will be a link for later viewing on the BuffaloLIVINGTour.net website.

The program, as in the past, is free and available to anyone who can access Zoom whether on their computer, tablet device or smart phone.

Monday, July 13, 600 River Road Apartments, N. Tonawanda: Boasting Western New York’s only rentable, brand new residential waterfront destination, 600 River Road Apartments allows you to live an unparalleled lifestyle conveniently located on the shores of the mighty Niagara River. The amenity-rich community consists of breathtaking apartments and townhomes, boat docks, kayak launch, bike paths and park access, pickleball courts, fire pits, outdoor grills, a dog park, an exclusive clubhouse containing a 24/7 gym, heated saltwater swimming pool, movie theater, business lounge and a large gathering room with a demonstration kitchen.

Tuesday, July 14, The Belvedere, 375 Harris Hill Road, Lancaster: A 55-plus resort-style rental community offers an active alternative to traditional senior living. Starting at 1,050 square feet, the apartments are not only luxurious, they also offer some of the most spacious floor plans in the area.  Numerous unique on-site amenities include a courtyard pool and putting green, tiki bar, indoor pub, billiard room and golf simulator.

Wednesday, July 15, The Mount Bleu Chalet, 6678 Holiday Valley Road, Ellicottville: Nestled in the hills steps away from Holiday Valley Ski Resort in Ellicottville, this spectacular chalet was designed by renowned architect Jim Halfpenny with all the luxurious features including a large wrap-around deck for entertaining and family relaxation. A home office and friendly open layout provides a home away from home with all of the amenities and outdoor enjoyment that Ellicottville has to offer. This session and Saturday’s will also include a brief highlight of the uniqueness of the “enchanted mountains of Ellicottville.”

Thursday, July 16, Pierce Arrow Lofts, 1695 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo: What once produced the finest luxury car in America now immerses the renter of these upscale units in historical, industrial-chic surrounds. The stunning architecture of this early 1900’s building has been lovingly refurbished by its owners to include original large window spaces, pedestal columns, copper roofs and an all-green HVAC system that uses geothermal energy. The green energy features mean renters will save up to 70% on heating and cooling.

Friday, July 17, The Grid, 1155 Main St., Buffalo: The burgeoning area called Midtown Buffalo is welcoming The Grid, a five-story, 217 luxury apartment community with move-ins as early as October!  The community is filled with well thought out amenities such as a rooftop patio overlooking the Buffalo skyline, a fifth-floor lounge, pet washing station, collaboration spaces and is within walking distance to the Buffalo Medical Campus, Elmwood Village and the iconic original Anchor Bar.

Saturday, July 18, Ellicottville Inn Condo, 8-10 Washington St., Ellicottville: Located in the former historic Ellicottville Inn, this completely remodeled two-bedroom unit is located right in the heart of the village within steps of shopping, dining and recreation. The architectural integrity of this historic building has been preserved while the individual units offer the convenience of modern living. Included are special amenities including two private parking spaces, storage rooms, ski lockers, common laundry, and access to the original inn lobby as an owner and guest gathering area.

The tours are free and links to each session and online pictures and info are available by going to www.BuffaloLIVINGTour.net.

The Buffalo LIVING Tour presenting sponsor is Nationwide Insurance – Getzoni Agency. Supporting sponsors are The Buffalo News BN Home, Creative Storage Company, Keller Williams Realty agent Drew Cerza, and Crosstree Creative Company.

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