HUNT Mortgage Corp. has opened the doors to its new corporate headquarters on the second floor in the Brisbane Building at 403 Main Street in Buffalo, NY, moving from the company’s previous location at 5400 Broadway Street, Lancaster, NY. In addition to the move by their mortgage division, HUNT Real Estate Corp. also announced HUNT Commercial Real Estate has moved to an adjacent space to HUNT Mortgage on the second floor.
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Renovations to the 1895-era building will include an artist’s gallery and studios for the first floor.
By James Fink, Buffalo Business First
This article originally appeared in Buffalo Business First. See the original article here.
The pandemic afforded Peter Hunt some time to do something that had been nagging him for a while.
The chairman and CEO of Hunt Real Estate Corp. gave the Brisbane Building a good, hard look and didn’t like what he saw.
The result is the start of a multi-year renovation of the downtown seven-story building at 403 Main St., on the edge of Lafayette Square.