1 — Location: 1717 Walden Ave., Cheektowaga
Price: $2.455 million
Buyer: Rakesh and Pranika Joshi of Chico, Calif.
Seller: Ralph Pavone and others, through Ralph Joseph Properties LLC of Lake Grove, N.Y.
Planned Use: Investment. Property is a 5,600-square-foot free-standing retail building on 1.27 acres, across from Walden Consumer Square on Walden Avenue. Tenants are Aspen Dental and Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurant.
2 — Location: 1261 and 1285 Main St., 1106, 1110 and 1114 Ellicott St., and 36 Northampton St., Buffalo
Price: $2.1 million
Buyer: Carl Paladino/Ellicott Development Co. of Buffalo, through 1285 Main LLC
Seller: Hein Bldg Inc.
Planned Use: Conversion of former home of William S. Hein Co. into multi-tenant medical and mixed-use facility. Erie County Medical Center will move its chemical-dependency unit into 12,000 square feet of space at the site from its current location across the street because it can’t accommodate its growing demand. Hein, the legal publishing company, moved out to the St. Rita’s complex it bought in Amherst.
3 — Location: 90 Ransier Drive, West Seneca
Price: $1.685 million
Buyer: Crown Enterprises Inc. of Warren, Mich.
Seller: YRC Inc. of Overland Park, Kan.
Planned Use: Investment and property management. Property is a truck terminal on 36.85 acres, operated by YRC, formerly Yellow Roadway Corp. Buyer is a privately owned real estate group.
4 — Location: 6551 E. Quaker St., Orchard Park
Price: $1.6 million
Buyer: 6551 Quaker LLC of Orchard Park
Seller: Brian Schectman/Industrial Realty & Funding of Cheektowaga, through Orchard Park Properties Inc.
Planned Use: Investment. Property is the Village Square Apartments, a 6,075-square-foot multifamily apartment building complex on 1.56 acres in the Village of Orchard Park, built in 1972. Consists of seven buildings, three stories each.
5 — Location: 1031 Main St., Buffalo
Price: $1.4 million
Buyer: University at Buffalo, through FNUB Inc.
Seller: Donald B. White of Williamsville, through Whitesand Family LP
Planned Use: The building, currently home to Buffalo Scrubs, will be continue to house that store and space will leased for a temporary branch for First Niagara Bank, which is moving from a nearby building that will be demolished to make way for the new UB medical school.
6 — Location: 1971 Abbott Road, Lackawanna
Price: $1.119 million
Buyer: Buffalo Felt Products Inc. of West Seneca, through 123 Farm Property Holdings Inc.
Seller: Industrial Realty & Funding of Cheektowaga, through IRF Properties LLC
Planned Use: Property is 90,000-square-foot industrial warehouse on 20.2 acres, at Abbott and Ridge roads. Home of Moore’s Tire Sales, printer Gamble Printing & Mailing, and exercise equipment retailer Nu-Source Inc. Founded in 1977, Buffalo Felt is the leading manufacturer and fabricator in non-woven industry, with a specialty in heavy-duty felt pads and other products.
7 — Location: 2414 Seneca St., Buffalo
Buyer: 2414 Seneca Owner LLC
Seller: Flagstar Bank FSB
Planned Use: Continued operation of a 2,616-square-foot Burger King restaurant, after Michigan-based Flagstar Bank foreclosed on the prior property owner.
8 — Location: 205 Yorkshire Road, Tonawanda
Buyer: NYSARC Inc./Heritage Centers
Seller: Kenmore-Tonawanda Union Free School District
Planned Use: Social and educational services through Heritage Centers, the local chapter of NYSARC. Founded in 1949, NYSARC is the largest organization serving people with developmental disabilities, serving over 60,000 people statewide through 55 chapters.
9 — Location: 196 Soldiers Place, Buffalo
Buyer: Stephen Granville Hays and Elizabeth Hays
Seller: Government of Canada
Planned Use: Residence. Property is a 5,000-square-foot, six-bedroom home purchased in 2009 for $1.39 million from attorney Herb Siegl, for use as the home of the Canadian Consul-General. Canada has since spent $200,000 on upgrades to the house. With the closing of the Canadian Consulate in Buffalo last year, Canada has been selling multiple homes in Buffalo and its suburbs that it owned for its staff.
10 - Location: 786 Terrace Blvd., Depew
Buyer: Gregory Papke and others, through Terrace Boulevard Associates LLC
Seller: Michael Young, through 786 Terrace Boulevard Inc.
Planned Use: Property is 90,000-square-foot flex-space or industrial building, on 2.9 acres, with two truck docks and five grade-level overhead doors. Transaction involved related companies or partners.
11 - Location: 25 Woodridge Road, Amherst
Buyer: Summit Educational Resources Inc.
Seller: A&D Associates LLC
Planned Use: Uncertain. Property is 15,345-square-foot warehouse and office building on 1.1 acres in Audubon Business Park. Had been home to Graphic Distributors.