59.1 m (194 ft)
110 million USD
| November, 2015|
| Office, Commercial, Hotel|
250 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY, United States
Uniland Development co.
Diamond Schmitt Architects
10 Lafayette Square, The Avant, Key Center South Tower, One Seneca Tower, Robert H Jackson United St
250 Delaware Avenue is a mixed-use development in Buffalo, New York. The 12-story, 330,000-square-foot mixed-use building features Class A office, The Westin Buffalo hotel, retail, a 7,000-square-foot outdoor courtyard, and an adjacent structured parking ramp with executive secure indoor parking. Delaware North's World Headquarters anchors the building.
250 Delaware Avenue Wikipedia
The new building replaces the two story Delaware Court building (1917-2014) at the northwest corner of Delaware Avenue and Chippewa Street and occupies a 1.95 acre site. The new building replicates the iconic curved façade of the old, using terra cotta features of the original Delaware Court building. The building features 193,000 sq.ft of class A office space on the sixth through 12th floors, a 120-room hotel occupying 104,000 sq. ft., 18,000 sq.ft. of retail space, and indoor parking for 593 vehicles in a five-level attached parking ramp. The building's 2,600-square-foot lobby features the largest living green wall in Western New York. The 22x21 foot wall is filled with living plants providing a beautiful and beneficial amenity that improves indoor air quality and reduces energy use. The plants are continuously cared for by Botanicus of Williamsville, New York. The building was designed and constructed to achieve a LEED-Silver certification through the U.S. Green Building Council.
250 Delaware Avenue serves as the new headquarters for Delaware North, which also operates a 120-room Westin hotel and Patina 250 restaurant within the building. Other tenants include KeyBank offices and retail branch, UBS Financial Services, the Department of Homeland Security, the Cullen Foundation, and Osteopathic Wellness Medicine.