Photo: Work continues on Ellicott Station
Workers were still framing atop the third floor of the Ellicott Station apartment complex in Batavia early this evening.
The apartments are part of a $22.5 million project that includes a brewery/restaurant and office suites.
The four-story apartment building will contain 55 units, including 52 with balconies, and nine units meeting Americans with Disabilities Act requirements. There will be 37 garage parking spaces and 44 surface parking spaces, a laundry room, an elevator, a community room, bicycle storage, and an enclosed ADA playground.
The developer is Savarino Companies, a firm in Buffalo that specializes in rehabilitating brownfield properties and old industrial buildings.
The apartments are expected to house workforce residents with $30,000 to $40,000 in annual earnings.
For previous coverage of Ellicott Station, click here.