Your host, Peter Hunt, welcomes Cathleen Chaffee – PhD and Chief Curator of the Albright-Knox-Gundlach Art Museum.
Together, Peter and Cathleen discuss the history and local economic impact of the museum, community outreach, and the status of the current expansion project.
Go Beyond the Yard Sign with the first two episodes of our new HUNT Real Estate podcast!
In our premiere episode, Sarah Klaiber chats with Devonte Davis, from HUNT Real Estate’s Grand Island branch. Devonte tells his story about why he left his engineering career and make the move to real estate.
In this episode, Sarah’s guest is Gina Hammar, a sales professional from our Wheatfield branch. Gina talks about what she loves about real estate and the factors that led her to move from her previous real estate broker to HUNT.
We are pleased to welcome the following sales professionals to the HUNT Real Estate ERA family. Their association further affirms our commitment to offering the highest level of service to our clients.
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WHY SHOULD YOU JOIN HUNT?
HERE ARE JUST A FEW REASONS…
The HUNT® Reputation
Rankings & Accolades
- #1 Family-Owned and Operated Real Estate Firm in New York State
- Top-Ranked Broker in the ERA Real Estate network
- Ranked #43 on REAL Trends Top 500 Brokerages Survey*
- Gene Francis Memorial Award Winner Honoring ERA’s Top All-Around Company
- Member of Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate
- Ranked one of Western New York’s Fastest-Growing Companies
The Most Productive Agents
- 1600 Licensed Real Estate Professionals in 50+ Branches
- 13,000+ Transactions
- $3.3 Billion in Closed Sales
- Per Person Productivity of Nearly 9 Transactions
If you’re ready to take advantage of everything we have to offer AND make more money, join HUNT Real Estate ERA today!
*Source: 2021 REAL Trends 500 | Ranked by Closed Transaction Sides
Your host, Peter Hunt, welcomes Dave Legaz – President of the New York State Association of Realtors (NYSAR).
Together, Peter and Dave discuss NYSAR’s vision, who it serves, education and training from the organization (including implicit bias training), and political action/involvement of NYSAR.
Your host, Peter Hunt welcomes Jim Fink, real estate reporter from Buffalo Business First.
Together, Peter and Jim discuss today’s opportunities and risks of real estate investment and development in Western New York.
Your host, Peter Hunt welcomes Mark Poloncarz, Erie County Executive.
Together, Peter and Mark discuss Erie County and the ongoing pandemic.
Your host, Peter Hunt welcomes Robert Blake, Deacon Tasker, and Michael Pietrocarlo.
Together, Peter, Robert, Deacon, and Michael discuss Cornerstone Lofts, their housing project in Buffalo, NY.
Your host, Peter Hunt welcomes Robert Gioia, president of the John R. Oishei Foundation.
Together, Peter and Robert discuss John R. Oishei and the foundation and what it does for the Buffalo community.
The reimagined Bethlehem Church is now home to 12 unique units
Combining historic architecture and modern design, Buffalo’s newest high-end city condominium project – Cornerstone Lofts – is pleased to announce that the new lofts are now available for purchase.
Built in 1909, Bethlehem Church was the cornerstone of its community. Over a century later, the legacy of this landmark has been restored and brought to new life as Cornerstone Lofts. Lofts are ready for viewing, with an open house being held on Saturday, October 9, 9am-12pm.
Nestled in a close-knit residential community in the heart of Buffalo at 340 Bird Avenue, the development offers a variety of spacious, open floor plans beaming with natural light and featuring original exposed brick, custom designed cabinetry, luxurious finishes, full appliance packages, and private parking.
“Neighboring Buffalo State, and just steps from the art galleries, restaurants, and shopping of the Elmwood Village, Cornerstone Lofts offers more than just a home,” said Robert Blake, Exclusive Agent. “It offers atmosphere, culture, and community.”
“I believe my great-grandfather would have been amazed at how his architectural design has remained intact and has been adapted to be part of Buffalo 112 years after he designed the original structure” said Lucy Miller Haskins, great-granddaughter of Bethlehem Church architect Martin Miller. “He’d be proud that his design has stood the test of time and has been transformed with new life.”
Starting from the low $200,000s, the development preserves the history of the building and its surroundings. “To us, it was important to maintain the look and the feel while modernizing the building to meet today’s design standards, taste, and needs of the community” said Peter Hunt, Partner in Cornerstone Lofts. “Bringing something new to the ever-evolving Buffalo community, this project was designed and built with passion and with spirit for the next generation of Buffalonians.”
Cornerstone Lofts are walking distance to Elmwood Avenue, Delaware Park, The Albright Knox Museum, and Burchfield Penney Art Center, and are minutes from downtown. With floor plans ranging from one to three bedrooms and priced from $219,900–$425,000, residents will be treated to an array of special features including:
- Private street-level entrances for each unit
- Open-concept floor plans
- Soaring ceilings: 18-feet in mezzanine units; 10-feet in garden-level units
- Expansive windows bathing each unit with natural light
- European-style custom cabinetry
- Full stainless-steel appliance packages
- Countertop-depth refrigerators
- In-unit washer and dryer
- Gas stoves
- Original exposed brick
- Luxurious bathroom and kitchen finishes
- Private, fenced parking included with each unit
For more information and to learn more about how to acquire a loft in Cornerstone Lofts, please contact Robert Blake or Deacon Tasker at 716-321-HOME. Visit 1909cornerstone.com for more information.