Located on Niagara Street in Buffalo’s next up-and-coming neighborhood, this building is a historic renovation project. Lofts feature in-unit washers and dryers, stainless steel appliances and elegant features like granite countertops and engineered hardwood. The building includes a full array of amenities, including a fitness center and a rooftop deck.
The Skyroom Lofts are our newest historic reuse project. Located in the heart of South Buffalo, the Skyroom lofts contain modern features as well as the character of a rich past. Hardwood floors, granite counter tops, and in unit laundry come standard in all of these units. Fireplaces, historic windows, and lofted master suites can be found in some of our premier units. Commercial tenants Public Espresso, Cantina 62, Bottle Rocket, April Spencer Florist Design, and Shea's Seneca Catering give residential tenants access to great food, drink, retail and event options within the building.
The AC Lofts was recently remodeled to include new hardwood floors and additional closet space. AC Lofts also boasts open floor plans flooded with nourishing natural light as well as secure gated parking, lovely outdoor green space, and a fitness and game room on the first floor.
Located in the Southeast corner of Downtown Buffalo, the Apartments at the Hub features 50 opulent one and two bedroom units with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances as well as a rooftop garden deck with stunning views of the city skyline.
About Schneider Development Services
Modern downtown living that honors Buffalo’s historic past. Schneider Development Services offers four very distinct buildings: Warehouse Lofts, Apartments at the Hub, AC Lofts and Turner Bros. Lofts. Each building offers more than just the city’s most eclectic apartments and condominiums rich with updated amenities. It sets a standard for the future of downtown living in Buffalo. As the city continues on an upward path of revival, Schneider Development Services offers newly renovated apartments in adaptively reused and restored buildings. Why settle for anything less than what you deserve? Why make your home anywhere else?