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Ribbon-cutting, open house slated at 305 Utica
Published Saturday, August 6, 2011

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The public will have one final opportunity to view finished luxury apartments at 305 Utica St. in Buffalo’s Elmwood Village at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 11. The finished, nine-apartment “A” Building will reach full capacity this month, with all eight luxury apartments and one studio apartment occupied. This will be the last opportunity to view finished apartments in the “A” Building while interior construction of the twin “B” Building continues.

Simply known as 305 Utica, this unique residential property is within easy walking distance of shops, restaurants, entertainment, galleries, outdoor festivals and concerts, and more. The buildings are highly energy-efficient, offering daylight harvesting, energy-efficient mechanical systems, low-voltage electrical fixtures, Energy Star-rated appliances and water-use reduction with low-flow plumbing fixtures.

The residential units at 305 Utica offer a sophisticated design that features open living space, dining and kitchen areas. Units also offer appliances, high ceilings, a central heating/ventilation/cooling system, individual gas and electric metering, garage parking, bonus room, security and pre-wired high-speed Internet capabilities.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony with local dignitaries will take place at 4 p.m. For more information, please contact Karl Frizlen, president of The Frizlen Group Architects, at 881-0046, or visit www.305utica.com.