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1 — Location: 245 Nottingham Terrace, Buffalo

Price: $1.3 million

Buyer: Atwal family, through Lawta Properties LLC

Seller: Kevin R. Keane

Planned Use: Residence. Property is a 9,717-square-foot, three-story Georgian-style mansion with 11 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, built in 1930 on 0.95 acres. Features a double-foyer, circular staircase, paneled library and wet bar, solarium, a children’s suite, a guest suite, nine fireplaces, gardens, a patio, and manicured grounds. Seller is a quantitative trader and manager, who is president and CEO of Buffalo-based high-frequency securities trading firm Thor Trading LLC and also head of trading for Maple Securities USA, a subsidiary of Toronto-based Maple Financial Group. Lawta is registered to the address of Atwal Eye Care in Cheektowaga, which consists of Drs. Amar and Ephraim Atwal. A brother, Parm Atwal, has also been involved in past property purchases by Lawta and runs a farming business.

2 — Location: 5851 Main St., Williamsville

Price: $825,000

Buyer: Buffalo Dental Group of Williamsville, through 5851 Main Street LLC

Seller: Dr. Charles R. Niles of Williamsville, through 5851 Associates

Planned Use: Likely new dental office. Niles is an ophthalmologist and part of Ophthalmology Associates of Western New York. He and his partner last year purchased a new building at 6333 Main St., where they have relocated their practice in about half the building. Buffalo Dental is located next door to this building, at 5845 Main.

3 — Location: 1350 Eggert Road, Amherst

Price: $700,000

Buyer: Ellicott Development Co., through 9187 Group LLC

Seller: Ellicott Development Co., through 1097 Group LLC

Planned Use: Uncertain. Property is the former Cantalician Center for Learning school, which is being consolidated with another Cantalician facility. Ellicott, owned by Carl and William Paladino, bought the Eggert Road property in July for $700,000.

4 — Location: 4546 Clark St., Hamburg

Price: $350,000

Buyer: Buffalo Bartainer Inc.

Seller: Robert M. Schultz and Ruth Ann Matre

Planned Use: Property is a single-story, 4,032-square-foot retail property on 0.537 acres, built in 1950. Former home of Danny Dole Inc. Buyer is registered to the property address.

5 — Location: 6951 Transit Road, Clarence

Price: $335,000

Buyer: John R. Jakala of East Amherst, through Jakala Enterprises Inc.

Seller: Russell J. Gullo, through R.J. Gullo Properties #1 Inc.

Planned Use: Investment. Property is two-story, 5,288-square-foot, five-unit apartment building, on 0.79 acres, built in 1920, at corner of Transit and Staley roads. Buyer owns an automotive service station on Dodge Road and has invested in other properties. Gullo is a real estate broker who acts as a middleman in deals for certain tax-free real estate transfers.

6 — Location: 2070 Niagara St., Buffalo

Price: $306,817

Buyer: CAP Investment Properties LLC

Seller: Salina Hertel Associates LLC

Planned Use: Investment. Property is a single-use small building, currently a 7-Eleven store.

7 — Location: 2534 Youngstown-Lockport Road, Porter

Price: $300,000

Buyer: Ki-Po Motors Chevrolet Inc. of Ransomville, N.Y.

Seller: Douglas E. and Brenda L. Krueger of Lexington, Ky., as co-executors for estate of Robert E. Krueger

Planned Use: Upgrading of Ki-Po Chevrolet car dealership on 3.79-acre property. Ki-Po acquired the property on which its dealership sits, and plans to renovate and expand the showroom and service facility, with the construction of a 4,300-square-foot addition to the building.

8 — Location: 10510 Main St., Clarence

Price: $285,000

Buyer: Town of Clarence

Seller: Alice A. Owczarczak of West Seneca, through Owczarczak Rollek LLC

Planned Use: Property is 4,000-square-foot, one-story, single-use building, constructed in 1968 on half an acre. Former U.S. post office. Will be home for Town of Clarence Youth Bureau.

9 — Location: 12 Brantford Place, Buffalo

Price: $280,000

Buyer: Roman A. Sokolovskiy

Seller: Carlins family of Amherst, through Elmtown LLC

Planned Use: Investment. Property is a two-story, 3,274-square-foot four-unit apartment building, constructed in 1920.

Source: Erie and Niagara county clerks’ offices, buyers, sellers and other records.