Located at the corner of Maine and E. Balkolm streets, it has been newly renovated City middle class apartments. Sinatra & Co. purchased the building, which had previously housed the Allied households, and invested $ 10 million in its complete renovation. It has front-facing commercial shops on the ground floor and 50 apartments. The building is innocent as you drive along Maine Street from the South, as it houses the beautiful colorful wall of “Metamorphosis # 5”, the largest in Buffalo, Tavar Zavakki.
Mid-City apartments on one floor on five floors offer ten different types of units, in which apartments 1 and 2 bedrooms. Each floor boasts a thick layer of insulation that acts as a sound barrier. They also offer some of the apartments that the ADA has available. Each apartment has attractive features, including granite flooring, hard laminate flooring, high ceilings, high ceilings, 24/7 closure with security cameras, parking from the street and new closets, all while keeping some interesting architectural details intact. Of course, they welcome dogs and animals. In addition to all this, they also have a fitness center that is perfect for exercise lovers and a utility gym where you can access the internet while you wait for your setup.
Mid-City apartments are easily located, making it easy to explore the city. Its proximity to the metro bus and railway station, as well as the medical town of Buffalo. Next to it is Allentown, which offers a variety of restaurants and bars. Once things start to open, you can easily take the train down to explore the Buffalo Canal, as well as take part in the Bison game, the Saber game, or watch your favorite performance at the Keybank Center. It is also a few minutes away from the Buffalo Theater district. If you’re looking to explore the city even more, the Elmwood Shopping Mall and Delaware Park are just a short drive away.
To plan a tour of one of the existing parts of the Mid-City Apartment, contact Sinatra & Company today!