Public Art - Table of Contents .................. John Sinclair House
Sinclair, Rooney & Co. Building / Sinclair Mural
AKA Remington Rand Building; Sperry-Rand Building
465 Washington Street, Buffalo, NY
||Esenwein & Johnson
||Ciminelli Real Estate Corp.
||Chaintreuil | Jensen | Stark Architects (CJS)
||John Sinclair House|
||Draft - National Register of Historic Places Nomination
Excerpt - National Register of Historic Places Nomination:
|Ciminelli released a rendering for their plan to convert the old EOC (Educational Opportunity Center) Building
at 465 Washington to multi-use. The developer confirmed their intention
to convert the first floor for retail and office use, while using the
floors above for 45 apartments.
The 86,254 sq.ft. redevelopment is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2016 at a cost of approximately $10 million.
- Bruce Haydon, First Look: 465 Washington. Pub on Buffalo Rising March 10, 2015
|Ciminelli Real Estate Corporation is pleased to introduce The Sinclair,
our most recent residential, mixed-use development project. The
Sinclair is a significant icon representing the commerce at the turn of
the Century; it was home to the Sinclair Rooney & Co., a wholesale
milliner, and Remington-Rand Corporation, a typewriter manufacturer.
Constructed in 1909, it was one of several buildings designed for light-industrial work in this part of downtown Buffalo, including other wholesale milliners (hat manufacturers) located nearby. Sinclair Rooney located its offices, showroom, and workspace in the building as they led the wholesale millinery industry in Buffalo, and was one of several wholesale milliners to locate on Washington Street during a period in which this area of downtown Buffalo transitioned to commercial and light industrial uses.
- Ciminelli Real Estate Corporation: History of the Sinclair (online Jan. 2016)