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Rochester Business Journal
August 29, 2014

DePaul Community Services Inc. has closed on the purchase of land in the Buffalo suburbs and will begin work next month on a 100-unit, income-eligible apartment complex, officials announced Friday.

The $20 million project in West Seneca will commence with the demolition of an existing building on Seneca Street. A 102,000-square-foot, three-story structure will go up in its place, officials with the Gates non-profit organization said.

The new building will feature 96 one-bedroom and four two-bedroom units with kitchens and bathrooms.

The apartments will be home to low-income workers and people with a history of mental illness.

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