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Unique, urban apartments and commercial space in downtown Niagara Falls. Learn More

Residential Space

  • 17 apartments
  • 1 & 2 bedroom floor plans
  • On-site, secure parking
  • In-suite laundry

Commercial Space

  • Class A office, co-working, and business incubation space in the Niagara Falls business and tourism district
  • High visibility on main thoroughfare
  • On-site, secure parking

About the Building

  • Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
  • Originally constructed in 1908
  • High ceilings & unique character
  • Located at the corner of 7th and Niagara Streets in the northern portion of Niagara Falls’ downtown business and tourism district
  • Walk to Niagara Falls State Park, Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center, Seneca Niagara Casino, Niagara Falls Culinary Institute and other hotels, restaurants, and attractions
  • Within ½ mile of the Niagara Scenic Parkway and minutes from the I-190
  • Within ½ mile of the Rainbow Bridge border crossing and 2 miles of the Whirlpool Bridge border crossing
  • At the heart of the redevelopment boom in downtown Niagara Falls

“A short walk from the Niagara Falls State Park and directly across the street from the Seneca Niagara Casino complex, these classic early 20th century buildings were ripe for reuse and to meet the demands of this generation’s desire for unique, dense, walkable neighborhoods.” - Mayor Paul Dyster


The first floor of 616 Niagara will be dedicated to commercial space. The Niagara Global Tourism Institute (“NGTI”) and the Tourism Research Entrepreneur Center (“TReC”), an associated co-working and business incubator, will anchor the space and are expected to take occupancy in 2019. NGTI is developing TReC as a state-of-the-art startup community where entrepreneurs can develop their business plans in Niagara Falls’ proven tourism ecosystem. They will have the unique opportunity to beta test their ideas with the 9 million tourists, and over 4,000 hotel rooms that drive tourism in Niagara Falls, New York. Entrepreneurs will also benefit from the unique opportunity of being situated within ½ mile from an international border with Canada.

  • Unique ambiance with historic features
  • Inspiring community
  • Coworking and business incubation space
  • Event and community space
  • Located in the downtown business and tourism district
  • On-site, secure parking available adjacent to the building

There will be 17 residential apartments at 616 Niagara, which will be ready for occupancy in late 2019. These one and two bedroom units will be one of a kind apartments with historic features, contemporary finishes, in-unit laundry, and secure parking .

Located in the business and tourism district of downtown Niagara Falls, the building is situated in an ideal location for someone who works at Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center, Seneca Niagara Casino, the Niagara Falls Culinary Institute, or who simply wants to take part in the City’s resurgence.

  • Unique ambiance with historic features
  • In-unit laundry
  • On-site, secure parking
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616 Niagara was originally made up of three mixed-use buildings on Niagara Street in Niagara Falls. The buildings date to the rapid growth of Niagara Falls in the early twentieth century and represent a relatively rare concentration of the historic mixed-use buildings which once made up much of Downtown. They characterized early twentieth century development as Niagara Falls became an industrial city.

As population growth and building construction at the turn of the 20th Century expanded the footprint of Niagara Falls, the area near 7th and Niagara Streets was ripe for development.  Construction of the building at 610 Niagara began in 1908, and within three years, the buildings at 7th and Niagara Streets transformed the intersection into a mixed-use hub.  Heralding this new development, the Niagara Falls Gazette described the 1912 completion of the final building as a sign of “renewed progress [on] a fine thoroughfare, which is bound to become one of the leading business streets in the city.”

In the years since, the buildings have been home to a number of residential tenants and commercial occupants, which included businesses such as Dooher & Seager Plumbing, the Cataract Grocery and Meat Company, Carl Hess Bakery, Perricelli Plumbing & Heating Co, and Ace Electric Appliances. It was common for shop owners and their employees to live in the buildings or within the immediate nearby blocks.  This mixed-use commercial and residential character epitomized the urban lifestyle of Niagara Falls over much of the 20th Century.


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