A well-known Buffalo attorney is moving into a Waterfront Place penthouse. Stephen Barnes, of Cellino and Barnes PC, closed on the eleventh floor unit in the Pasquale mid-rise tower today. Barnes paid $1,069,207.33 according to public records for the three-bedroom, 2,728 sq.ft. unit. A second, top-floor residence with 3,633 sq.ft. of space is sold but has not yet closed.
Approximately two-thirds of Pasquale’s 49 units are sold with several others under lease. Tower residences include 10 to 12′ ceilings, gourmet kitchens with custom cabinets and granite countertops, hardwood and ceramic tile flooring, whirlpool tub and steam shower in master bathroom suites, and one or more balconies. Several units on the upper floors have rooftop terraces.
Suites include dedicated parking spaces in a two-level enclosed garage and a separate storage unit in the building’s parking levels. A fitness center and board/meeting room are located in a two-story wing fronting Lakefront Boulevard.
Remaining units in the building, developed by Ellicott Development, are priced from $295,240.
Four of the development’s town homes have been completed and sold. Ellicott plans to lower the rooflines and scale back the size and price of future town home units. Plans for a second tower on the site were recently resurrected, timing of which is unknown.
Get Connected: Chris Martoche, Ellicott Development, 716.854.0060 or 716.570.2399 (cell)