Originally designed by prominent Buffalo Architect Dwayne Lyman in 1929, the 20,000 square foot building was completely renovated in 2003 to accommodate the offices of the Buffalo Design Collaborative, which includes Schneider Development, LLC. The building is one of Buffalo’s best examples of art deco architecture. In every case, defining architectural elements were restored and enhanced to fully embrace the unique qualities of art deco expression. Today, the mixed use development serves as an anchor to one of the communities’ major gateways into downtown. Storefronts on the first floor include notable tenants such as Avenue Art & Frame, Merge Restaurant, the Allentown Village Society and MJ Peterson Real Estate.
Buffalo Preservation Board
Preservation Award (2004)