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Sinatra & Co. turns former Ingleside Home into 24 apartments

The $6 million Ingleside Apartments have opened at 70 Harvard Place, in the Lin-Ox neighborhood near Canisius College.
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BUFFALO, N.Y. — A former Buffalo boarding house for women and children built in 1929 has been turned into an apartment building.

The $6 million Ingleside Apartments have opened at 70 Harvard Place, in the Lin-Ox neighborhood near Canisius College. Thirteen of the 24 market-rate apartments are leased, Nick Sinatra, CEO of Sinatra & Co. said.

The Ingleside Home had health care services and workforce training for unwed mothers and their children from its opening on the eve of the 1929 stock market crash until 1972. Most recently, it was headquarters for the Community Action Organization of Western New York.

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