Historically significant in the architectural chronicles of Delaware Avenue, the Huyler Building (also known as the Pitt Petri building) stands tall among the great buildings in the city of Buffalo. Designed in 1926 by famed architect Harvey Horton, it was originally used by Huyler’s Confectionery and Chocolates Company. It’s proud and dignified exterior matches the surrounding neighborhood’s splendor while providing outstanding and affordable office space for the professional desiring a presence near downtown. Suitably situated near many amenities such as courthouses, theaters and restaurants ad the growing medical corridor, tenants are conveniently located near services for everyday business and personal needs. The Huyler Building was also added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2012.
Available now is Suite #304 consisting of 2,000 square feet with lots of windows allowing for an abundance of natural light. Two private offices are within the space with the rest an open floor plan. If you are in need of additional space, Unit #302 can easily be added to create over 3,000 square feet of Class A office space. Call or email today to arrange for your personal tour.
|Unit Size:||2,000 s.f.|
|Type of lease||Gross|
|Internet||High speed fiber in building!|
Close proximity to Medical Corridor
1/4 mile from downtown Buffalo